Nestled in the serene Coachella Valley, the Greg and Stacey Renker Pavilion at Eisenhower Medical Center embodies our mission to deliver therapeutic environments with the utmost privacy and comfort. Conceived through the vision of Greg and Stacey Renker, the new facility is their way to give back to Eisenhower Health for the care they received on their own personal health journeys.
Encompassing 24 private inpatient beds, the meticulously designed wellness eco-system provides immediate access to the Medical Center’s ancillary services. The layout, circulation, and security measures work in tandem to ensure discreet access and care without compromising the healing environment. This includes a dedicated elevator that offers direct passage to and from the emergency department below, facilitating efficient movement for patients and staff.
The Renker Pavilion is a preferred destination for prominent dignitaries, politicians, celebrities, and other highly visible individuals. The patient suites are each sized to comfortably accommodate visiting family members and friends and each suite is designed to provide a separate area for secret service details, personal security teams, and others who may also need to stay with the patient overnight.
Our team worked diligently to ensure tranquility for the patient while enhancing the care team’s ability to provide quality medical attention. The private suites are adorned with luxurious amenities and personal touches more commonly expected in five-star hotels than in a medical setting. The Greg and Stacey Renker Pavilion provides a dedicated on-site gourmet kitchen with staff working to accommodate each patient’s special dietary requirements, and additionally provides a family lounge, library, and meditation/quiet room.
The result is a place where medical excellence converges with personal needs, providing a sanctuary for healing. The emphasis on comfort, personal service, and regionally relevant design creates a meaningful experience for patients, their families, and visitors today, and for generations to come.