Project News for Healthcare Facilities - November 2016

Children's hospital planned in Colorado Springs

The 294,000-square-foot complex will open on the UCHealth Memorial Hospital North campus in late 2018 and includes room for growth

11/29/2016


N.Y.'s Samaritan Medical Center cancer facility's design based on the word 'hope'

The Walker Center for Cancer Care was designed to promote a sense of community, centering itself on a large living room

11/28/2016


VA renovates Massachusetts nursing care facility

The roughly 20,000-square-foot space has private patient rooms and bathrooms and new communal spaces for family

11/18/2016


Dayton benefitting from hospital building boom

Five major projects are planned or nearing completion

11/17/2016


St. Elizabeth’s plans multimillion-dollar building in Indiana

It will offer expanded primary care and urgent care services as well as medical specialties

11/17/2016


Banner-University Medical Center expanding Tucson campus

$400 million, nine-story tower will replace 40-year-old hospital

11/17/2016


First Alzheimer’s care homes for people with Down Syndrome to open in Calif.

Two 5,000 sq. ft. houses will open in early 2017 and become home to 20 people with developmental disabilities

11/14/2016


Designing for a population boom

Florida Hospital for Women was designed to serve a huge population swell in metro Orlando, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

11/9/2016


Washington healthcare organization builds $21 million emergency and specialty services building

Jefferson Health Care opened a new 52,900-square-foot facility in Port Townsend

11/4/2016


Healthcare facility simulation center accommodates program growth

A new Simulation Center at Boston Children’s Hospital provides a 5,300-square-foot dedicated space to the Simulator Program, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website

11/4/2016


New Southern California facility key part healthcare village

Hoag Health Center Irvine designed for convenient care

11/4/2016


Creating an environment of wellness and inclusion

Three organizations have joined to improve the health of their community while creating a destination campus for wellness and inclusion, according to a Healthcare Design website

11/2/2016



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