Upstate Medical University in New York, US, has opened the Nappi Wellness Institute, a five-storey building that serves as the centrepiece of its outpatient care.

The 209,615ft² facility integrates preventive medicine and wellness and has been built according to WELL Building Standards.

It features 240 exam and consult rooms to facilitate provider interactions.

The Nappi Wellness Institute is expected to offer primary care, radiology, geriatrics, laboratory services, behavioural health, and paediatrics.

It also includes ancillary services and Connect Care for post-acute follow-up.

The facility design features natural light, privacy, and sound absorption, and the in-house café for food options.

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The Nappi Wellness Institute is named for Sam and Carol Nappi, who made an $8m donation.

Funding for the $158m project came from grants and bonds, and patient care will be gradually rolled out until July.

The building is located in Syracuse, New York, near the Upstate Cancer Center.

Upstate Medical University president Mantosh Dewan said: “The Nappi Wellness Institute is a transformative healthcare facility that we are proud to have as part of our campus.

“Wellness is indeed its middle name for healing and wellness is reflected throughout the facility, in its design, in its mechanics, in its operations, in the way our healthcare professionals work and in the way our patients will be cared for.”

Construction on the project started in early 2020.