Fort Benning, a self-sustaining military community in Georgia, opened the new Martin Army Community Hospital in 2014. The $333 million hospital is an architectural icon that incorporates the latest technological advances in medical facilities and equipment and elevates the quality of life for soldiers, veterans, and their families.
The 745,000 sq. ft. facility features an 80-bed hospital tower and a three-story outpatient clinic, and a multi-story glass entry atrium with a striking angular roof. From the emergency room on the first floor to the intensive care unit on the sixth floor, the building has plenty of natural lighting, spacious rooms and areas for visiting families, including a rooftop garden and two large healing gardens.