Modesto Junior College Allied Health Building (Glacier Hall)


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Yosemite Community College District celebrated the opening of Glacier Hall, a new Allied Health Facility on the MCJ West Campus, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on January 4th.  This state of the art teaching facility focuses on health care programs housing labs for Nursing, Medical Assisting, and Respiratory Care, as well as lecture rooms and faculty offices.  The centerpiece of the building is the Human Patient Simulation Center. This center allows students to learn important skills through the use of simulation mannequins and then review their own efforts via an advanced Audio Visual System.

Client: Yosemite Community College District
Services Provided: Programming, Design, Construction Documents, Contract Administration, Post Occupancy
Project Location: Modesto, CA
Project Size: 38,138 gsf
Completion Date: September 2011
Sustainability: Sustainable Design Features Included
Functions: Nursing, Medical Assisting, Respiratory Care Classroom and Labs, Dental Treatment Classroom and Labs, Testing/Computer Lab, Administration, Lecture Halls and Faculty Offices
The new Allied Health Building, Glacier Hall, is a state of the art teaching facility focused on health care programs. It includes vocational labs for Nursing, Medical Assisting, Respiratory Care and Dental Assisting, as well as tiered lecture halls, computer lab and faculty offices. The centerpiece of the building is the Human Patient Simulation Center. This center allows students to learn important skills through the use of simulation manikins; and then review their own efforts via an advanced Audio Visual System.