Unique architecture and innovative design features - that dramatically enhance the patient experience - are highlighted in the current issue of Medical Design & Construction.
NOLA.com reports how our designs for the renovation of Children's Hospital of New Orleans will help foster a more family-friendly healthcare experience.
Renowned workplace strategy and well-being specialist Leigh Stringer’s Work Design article explores workplace design strategies that support emotional safety while proactively reducing the opportunity for unacceptable behavior to occur. Her research-based piece discusses nine design strategies, including “safe” areas throughout workplace environments and incorporation of nurturing health and wellness spaces.
American Builders Quarterly highlights our expertise on developing wellness-oriented solutions for today’s ever-evolving office space. Building upon research that shows healthy workers are more productive, Leigh Stringer, workplace research and strategy expert at EYP Architecture & Engineering, is exploring new gateways toward financial and personal well-being.
Jersey Shore University Medical Center Garners Gold in the Inaugural Evidence-Based Design Touchstone Awards
Members of the EYP team joined The Center for Health Design to celebrate the inaugural Evidence-Based Design (EBD) Touchstone Awards. The award recognizes the use of an evidence-based design process in the pursuit of increasing value, improving outcomes, and engaging stakeholders. Elements implemented in this project have had a measurable, positive impact on the patient experience and clinical delivery of care.
The new Stamford Hospital exemplifies integrated architectural and interior design driven by empathy for patients, as well as by the demands of systems and technologies. Contract magazine spotlights how high-touch features and personalized spaces are transforming healthcare delivery and the patient experience, improving outcomes.
Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) reinforces the “Well Building” concept that has become central to so many building designs. EGD is also an excellent way to extend the conversation of the sustainability of buildings to elements we all need to live and flourish within the built environment. Through strategic EGD installations, we can encourage people to make healthy choices throughout their day while simultaneously helping clients subtly promote wellness.
The design of Alumni Hall embodies what EYP has learned from previous studies about student preferences in residence halls. While students may appreciate having the latest technological or retail “bells and whistles” in residence halls, their primary preferences, it turns out, are actually much more basic.
How does your organization measure health and human performance? Well, the answer might vary depending on who you ask, but new tools and methods are taking a more comprehensive and objective approach to the study.
A renowned leader in patient-centered healing, Stamford Health details the innovative zoning of their new ED in Healthline, where different colors signify patients' level of acuity, supporting operational flow and patient privacy. Built with staff in mind, this emergency department supports a high-response level that ensures the needs of patients and their families are met.