Reaching New Heights
Hackensack Meridian Health
EYP garners the Gold Award for evidence-based design.
Institutions are reimagining healthcare to meet evolving standards and research, while balancing the needs of patients, staff, and families with medical technology.
Medical Construction & Design profiles UNC REX Healthcare's North Carolina Heart & Vascular Hospital - fit for today and ready for tomorrow.
Contract magazine showcases integrated design that humanizes healthcare.Innovation Well-Being
Our evidence-based design approach, including partnerships with organizations like Planetree, had led to a growing awareness of the link between design and well-being. In this article from Medical Construction & Design, Lead Designer Tushar Gupta and Research Director Laurie Waggener provide snapshots of some recent projects and features that address these issues.Healthcare Design Research Well-Being
Intuitively planned emergency departments maximize efficiency when every second counts.Well-Being
Resilient and advanced technology activate hands-on learning interprofessional learning.
New high-tech ORs will dramatically expand the Hospital’s ability to provide image-guided procedures, reducing the number of open surgeries.
The new 17-story patient care building is part of a larger $650 million expansion and modernization of the campus, home to one of the two Level 1 trauma centers in greater Houston.
Hackensack Meridian Health
We're revolutionizing healthcare delivery for 450,000 people in Denmark's largest metro area.
The region’s only academic university-level teaching center and clinical research facility has undergone a transformational modernization and expansion.
This 26-story triangular tower, topped by a “tiara” building brow and spire, has transformed the Houston skyline, as well as the outpatient experience.
A strategic framework guides long-term campus growth and addresses short-term community needs.
Nemours Children’s Health System
Child-friendly design engages the imagination to foster calm and inspire confidence.Healthcare Design Research Well-Being
User involvement is critical in medical planning but can also be challenging. We must make choices to ﬁnd solutions. After discussion, there comes a point where you must decide what you believe is best for future patients and staff.
In its latest blog post, Region Hovedstaden focuses on the collaborative planning process for the new Bispebjerg Hospital. Engaging healthcare professionals in design charrettes maximizes functional efficiencies among clinical specialties to better meet patient needs.
Charles Griffin, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC
Architecture focused on patient care reminds us that every design and client interaction should be done with respect for the people we represent, empathy for the lives we touch, stewardship for our natural resources, and concern for the communities we serve.