GS&P’s Marc Sauvé and Steve Verner to Discuss Hospital of the Future

Healthcare Leaders Will Present Case Study at Ohio Hospital Association Annual Conference

June 01, 2018   |   Columbus,  Ohio   |   Events

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Senior Vice President Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean, and Senior Designer Steve Verner, EDAC, will discuss the future of healthcare design at the Ohio Hospital Association’s Annual Meeting on June 4 in Columbus, Ohio. Through a case study on GS&P-designed Mount Carmel Health’s Grove City campus, the duo will share strategies for planning healthcare facilities that stand the test of time. 

“In today’s healthcare environment, providers are challenged to design facilities that improve the health of the communities they serve while withstanding the transformations of the industry,” commented Sauvé. “Steve and I look forward to highlighting case study details from Mount Carmel Grove City and sharing lessons we have learned related to embracing the evolutions in the world of patient care.”
 
A summary of the discussion follows.
 
Designing the Hospital of the Future: The Mount Carmel Grove City Story
Presentation by Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean, Steve Verner, EDAC, Sean McKibben and Jill Wallace, RN
 
Ohio is a microcosm of the direction of healthcare in America. A diversity of perspectives confront the harsh realities of tomorrow's healthcare delivery system: less funding and more chronic disease. In this presentation, GS&P’s Marc Sauvé and Steve Verner, as well as Mount Carmel West’s COO Sean McKibben Manager of Regional Development Jill Wallace, will use Mount Carmel Grove City as a case study example to explore possible solutions for the current healthcare crisis in the United States.

“In today’s healthcare environment, providers are challenged to design facilities that improve the health of the communities they serve while withstanding the transformations of the industry. Steve and I look forward to highlighting case study details from Mount Carmel Grove City and sharing lessons we have learned related to embracing the evolutions in the world of patient care.”

Marc Sauvé, MBA, Lean, senior vice president, GS&P
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