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Showing respect and recognition to the unsung heroes in frontline healthcare delivery shouldn’t end with the last surge of the pandemic. Taking a hard look at how healthcare facility design works for patients and staff is our professional duty, if not moral obligation.

Centrally located on the main Emory Healthcare campus, the 8,800-square-foot, newly renovated suite brings under one roof more than half of Winship's 12 core facilities.

Memorial Hermann’s new state-of-the-art critical care Susan and Fayez Sarofim Pavilion at the Texas Medical Center is designed to support medical, education and research, as well as future growth.

Sarasota Memorial’s new outpatient care pavilion will deliver convenient, high-quality cancer care to the community and south Florida region.

See how her experience of being a patient and patient advocate has helped Annabella be a better healthcare architect for 29-years-and-counting.

Lindsey Casey, CNO at Children’s Hospital New Orleans, worked her way from bedside to top nurse at the largest and most comprehensive pediatric hospital in Louisiana, where she remains a staunch advocate for her nurses, her patients, and their families.

See how code compliance impacts a healthcare project's overall success in the Colorado Real Estate Journal

Ground has officially broken for the new hospital scheduled to open in 2027.

Design brings together multidisciplinary health providers from various satellite locations and consolidates them under one roof, creating one of the state’s premiere pediatric care facilities. More in Healthcare Snapshots

A conversation with behavioral health consultant Marty Martin-Forman, former Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Fulton State Hospital in Missouri, the oldest public mental health hospital west of the Mississippi River.

Resembling a gleaming MedBay of the future, a hybrid operating room is designed to allow the patient to stay in place during surgery, with all necessary equipment and technologies surrounding them—from medical gases to surgical booms to advanced imaging devices.

Infusion centers are places of hope, and their design and aesthetics should assist patients in their quest to heal.