Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital is a 40-bed private inpatient rehabilitation facility located in the Westover Hills district of San Antonio, Texas. Warm Springs maintains the highest level of accreditation from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Warm Springs’ mission is to serve people with disabilities by providing compassionate, expert care during the rehabilitation process and to prevent disabilities through education and research.
This is the second facility in the San Antonio area and the first in Westover Hills, which is a 1,270-acre master planned, mixed-use development, located in Northwest San Antonio. The overall design of this 50,000 square foot facility draws on the Texas Hill Country architectural style, which is more rustic simple in nature, and includes the use of locally-available limestone and shows unique carpentry and masonry features. The style has a modern elegance because of the simplicity, materials and detail in construction.
The facility itself contains both inpatient and outpatient therapy gyms, a hydrotherapy pool and outdoor therapy areas. The project is estimated to be complete in April 2012 with a project cost of $9,800,000.
"As a whole, this project progressed very smoothly. The team worked closely together to ensure that everyone was on the same page of design and work-in-progress. The key to success of this project was coordination and communication."
- Cisco Hobbs, Vice President of Healthcare, Rogers-O'Brien Construction
5000 QUORUM DRIVE, SUITE 500, DALLAS, TX 75254 214.378.9810
11270 OCEAN HIGHWAY, SUITE B, PAWLEYS ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, 29585 843.979.2210