Robbins Pavilion at Royal Alexandra Hospital
Heart and Soul
A major addition to Edmonton’s busiest acute care hospital supports state-of-the-art cardiology and women’s health programs
- Healing Arts
Hand picked by a small committee of stakeholders over four years, installations of watercolours, acrylic and oil paintings, drawings, textiles, and sculpture grace every waiting area, nursing station, corridor end, patient and exam room. The permanently acquired collection boasts work by 76 artists including Holman Island, NWT and pieces from award winning artists such as Alex Janvier, Vivian Thierfelder, Vic Cicansky, Sylvain Voyer and Aganetha Dyck
- Hospital Within a Hospital
Occupying four floors within the Pavilion, the Lois Hole Hospital for Women offers specialized services for women’s health using state-of-the-art technology and innovative programs and clinics.
- Big Hearted
The CK Hui Heart Centre, also within the Pavilion, is the largest cardiac centre in northern Alberta and specializes in minimally invasive heart care.
- Soul Space
The Robbins Chapel offers patients, families, staff and physicians a quiet space in the heart of the Pavilion to pause and reflect.
- Learning Care
The Robbins Learning Centre features a high-tech auditorium accommodating 180 students, enabling classes to meet onsite and facilitating remote learning from around the world.
- Project facts
Size: 33,296 sq. m.
Cost: $115 Million
Collaborators : Hemisphere, Susan Pointe, Comstock, Delnor
Client: Alberta Health Services
Achievements & Awards
Interior Designers of Alberta Silver Award
Award of Merit, Educational/Institutional Category, Masonry Design Awards
City of Edmonton Mayor’s Award for Universal Design in Architecture