When fresh air in hospitals went out the window

Hospital went from luxury resorts to windowless boxes in the 1940s


Healthcare facility design impacting care

New hospitals that are more like hotels, with private rooms, gardens and art installations


Designing to 'right-size' patient rooms

Well-planned smaller spaces can accommodate patients and families just as larger rooms would


Centers for healthy living designed for 21st century wellness

Outdated senior living communities are repositioning themselves to stay competitive


Hospitals building short-stay spaces within facilities

Outpatient observation spurs new designs


Medical villages are changing models for healthcare delivery

Villages can improve healthcare delivery by integrating hospital care with retail, housing, elder care and living systems


Okla. medical clinic reflects Choctaw culture

Choctaw Nation Regional Medical Clinic in Durant includes bronze sculptures depicting figures dressed in traditional tribal attire


Building a purposeful assisted-living environment

Residential and hospitality markets are strong influencers on senior housing


Cancer patient looks at healthcare facility design

Architecture firm marketer gains new perspective after going through cancer treatment


Video offered on facility's role in recruiting physicians

Healthcare facilities are becoming differentiators


Architect discusses healthcare design talent acquisition

Hank Adams discusses attracting and nurturing creative talent in a healthcare design practice in an article on the Healthcare Design website


Architect discusses efficient healthcare project delivery

Rudy Santacroce discusses efforts to tackle efficient project delivery in an article on the Healthcare Design website


Architect discusses healthcare client expectations

Diane Osan discusses efforts to tackle client expectations for availability and responsiveness in an article on the Healthcare Design website


Designing ORs for efficiency

Technologies should be supported by functional design


Supporting quiet in healthcare facilities

A hospital’s walls may be the first line of defense in acoustic design, but the floor and ceiling can also control noise


Survey shows increased profitability in A/E industry

Survey found net service revenue per employee reached a 10-year high this year, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Design issues for ligature attachment concerns

The Joint Commission announced an added emphasis will be placed on the assessment of ligature attachment in psychiatric facilities, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Thinking small: Designing microhospitals

The architecture and design usually follows interiors standards established by a health system to reinforce its brand, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website


Waiting rooms should be improved, not eliminated

Simple amenities can make a big difference, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website



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