Insights on Healthcare Design

From policy to patients and everything in-between, the healthcare industry is constantly evolving. In the past two years, COVID-19 has forced the industry to learn how to contain costs, improve efficiencies, manage risk and protect patients on the fly. As we emerge from a global pandemic of unprecedented scale, health systems must consider another set of challenges—from scaling up telemedicine practices and implementing long-term infection control measures to caring for the caregivers who have tirelessly taken care of others.

Community Wellness at the Healthcare Campus—and Beyond

By Lansing Dodd, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Associate

Behavior Mapping: Taking Care of the Caregivers Through Technology

By Lesa Lorusso, Ph.D., MBA, MSArch, Allied AIA, ASID, RID, NCIDQ

Considerations for Post-Coronavirus Hospital Design

By Margaret Sutton, AIA, LEED AP

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Supporting Holistic Community Health in Florida

A new ambulatory care center, rehabilitation clinic, healthy living center and YMCA provide medical and wellness services in the Wildlight mixed-use community.

Rethinking the Critical Care Experience

Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare’s new surgery and critical care tower provides cutting-edge adult intensive care units to meet the growing demand in the region.

A Community-Focused Campus for Future Generations

Baptist Health Care’s new 57-acre campus is set to improve the quality of life for the Pensacola, Florida community.

Increasing Access in Alabama

UAB Medicine’s primary care and specialty care clinic in Gardendale brings vital primary and specialty care to underserved residents in Birmingham’s suburbs.

A Smart Solution in One of America’s Snowiest Cities

A 229-bed hospital and adjacent clinical services building look to the future while honoring the Marquette, Michigan community’s historic past.

Convenient Care for our Country’s Veterans

Five times bigger than the existing facility, a new outpatient clinic will meet the growing needs of the Lakeland, Florida community’s more than 23,000 veterans.

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