Design

Design

When guests arrive at the Renker Pavilion, they are immediately struck by a feeling of quiet elegance and serenity, combined with the latest in modern design.

Click to EnlargeAt first glance, patients and visitors may feel they are in a luxury hotel rather than a hospital. Fine woods and designer fabrics create a comforting mood in both the public areas and private suites. Rich wall and floor textures in calming earth tones are juxtaposed with modern glass and steel, creating a compelling visual landscape. Warm lighting and natural fiber carpets — reminiscent of the comforts of home — are used everywhere. And specially-commissioned artwork, including hand-blown glass, sculpture, tapestries and paintings, is positioned throughout the Pavilion, lifting the spirits of patients, visitors and staff.

There are 24 suites in the Renker Pavilion, providing guests with the utmost in privacy. While designed for comfort, each suite is also fully equipped to deliver the most advanced medical care available today. The latest in technology, combined with a multidisciplinary team dedicated to each patient, means you can be confident that your medical needs take top priority at the Renker Pavilion.

The Greg and Stacey Renker Pavilion was designed by Jain Malkin, America’s leading hospital interior designer, in close consultation with Eisenhower’s top medical experts. The result — a serene and elegant space that creates the ultimate environment for health and healing.

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