Central Prison Regional Medical Center

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA

The Fort Wayne architects of Elevatus, formerly SchenkelShultz Architecture Fort Wayne, were engaged by the North Carolina Department of Correction to design a new Regional Medical Center for its Central Prison. This 5-story building is part of the maximum security complex and serves as a comprehensive general and specialty outpatient clinic for inmates in the North Carolina Central Prison System. Included on the same site is a Mental Health Facility with corridors connecting to the clinic.

The clinic itself functions as a compete hospital, offering ...

  • Emergency Room and outpatient services,
  • 120 medical cells with 130 beds,
  • three operating rooms,
  • a dialysis unit,
  • radiology services,
  • dental services,
  • a pharmacy and lab,
  • a specialty clinic used for exam testing, and
  • hospital administration and support functions.