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Designing a building in motion for bodies in motion.

When you enter the doors to our facility, take a look at the remarkable interior. Most medical clinics are functional and clinical. Short Pump Pavilion (formerly Neuroscience, Orthopaedic and Wellness Center) is alive. Our innovative approach to delivering health care called for unique architectural design concepts to reflect our focus on bodies in motion. You enter a space designed to keep our care teams moving together, and that greet you with open spaces and amenities to make your experience smooth, convenient and comfortable. But look closer. You’ll see dozens of architectural and design elements inspired by the natural world and human anatomy. The framework that supports the staircase resembles the bones that support the body. Wood grain facings align like lengths of muscles. Tiles are arrayed like cellular structures in the brain. The interior is a beautiful statement about the human body in motion.