Saint Elizabeth Replacement Hospital

O’Fallon, IL

Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital is currently building a 144-bed, state-of-the-art, technologically advanced replacement hospital facility. The original facility, located about 20 miles from its current location, was built in the 1950’s and has outlived its life span, making it more and more difficult to meet 21st century health care needs and more costly to maintain. The new patient-focused, technologically advanced campus will allow St. Elizabeth to surpass the limitations of their current facility and increase their ability to provide region leading, life-saving and life-sustaining, accessible care for thousands of St. Louis metro-east residents for generations to come.

While Ross & Baruzzini | EDI did not design any of the technology systems, we provided full technology program management services and assured that the systems that were designed to the heath system standards, constantly checking track of system costs, and made sure no systems were missed or forgotten. As the project progresses into construction, Ross & Baruzzini | EDI will support the procurement and installation of all the technology systems to ensure a timely and seamless opening.

Project Team

Ross & Baruzzini | EDI provided technology program management services for this project. Other team members included:

  • Architect: Kahler Slater Architects
  • Contractor: Alberici-Holland
  • Program Manager: Jacobs


Ross & Baruzzini | EDI Services

As the technology consultant, Ross & Baruzzini | EDI provided technology programming and planning services for the following systems:

  • Nurse Call/Code Blue
  • Distributed Antenna System
  • Structured Cabling
  • Access control
  • Camera Surveillance
  • Patient Monitoring
  • Audio-Visual
  • Wireless Temperature monitoring
  • RTLS
  • Network Systems
  • Wireless Network
  • Telephone Systems
  • Overhead paging
  • Television Distribution
Project Size
350,000 SF, plus 120,000 adjacent medical office buildingProject Completion
Expected November 2017