Architecture - August 2013

Take a photo tour of St. Vincent Hospital

Fishers hospital is the first in Indiana to seek LEED for Healthcare certification

8/30/2013


Transforming tribal healthcare facilities

Architect designs buildings that serve. represent Native American culture

8/27/2013


New Oregon facility designed for rural needs

Planning for the Coquille Valley Hospital focused on physician recruitment, patient perception and economic impact.

8/26/2013


Take a photo tour of the new Louis & Peaches Owen Heart Hospital

The 184,600-square-foot Tyler, Texas, facility is the region's first cardiac hospital.

8/23/2013


Bariatric design adjusts to larger patient needs

Facilities look beyond toilets and grab bars to wide doors and comfortable waiting room furniture

8/22/2013


Freestanding EDs benefit hospitals' reach and bottom line

Additional "front doors" to care can reduce patient bottlenecks and long wait times.

8/22/2013


Staff input informed planning of long-term care facility

Cypress Health Region employees in Saskatchewan took the lead in forming ideas and helping develop replacement-facility design.

8/21/2013


Healthcare landscape architecture awards program announced

New competition will focus on landscape architecture in acute care, senior living, and behavioral health facilities.

8/21/2013


Hospitals embrace the intersection of patient outcomes, sustainable design

In the past, patient outcomes and satisfaction may have seemed to be at odds with efficiency and sustainability. But that is changing.

8/21/2013


Research suggests access to nature creates healthy results

Better patient outcomes seen in facilities with well-planned and tended landscaping.

8/21/2013


Hospital design can impact care as well as bottom line

Forward-thinking design elements are good for the health of the patients as well as the health of the hospital's budget, says the chair of the Center for Health Design.

8/20/2013


Mountains offer beautiful backdrop, challenges for hospital project

The Blue Ridge Mountains provided a beautiful backdrop, as well as challenges, for Kahler Slater architects. The new Martha Jefferson Hospital building - a replacement for the original 100-year-old facility - was named one of 2013's most beautiful hospitals.

8/19/2013



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