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Design of Unity Health Care Brentwood facility in D.C. focused on employee and patient experience

November 25, 2019

Unity Health Care Brentwood, in Washington, D.C., designed its new 2,200-square-foot facility to enhance employee and patient experience, and invoke a stronger feeling of community, according to an article on the FacilityExecutive website.

Unity Brentwood was recently recognized as a winner of the ASID Outcome of Design Awards

“Their design and research process was notably inclusive and collaborative, and we look forward to seeing how these solutions continue to benefit and strengthen the Brentwood community,” said Randy Fiser, Hon. FASID, ASID CEO.

Unity Health Care Brentwood achieve their design goals by:

  • Defining personal space
  • Clarify the process
  • Encourage communication
  • Reflect the community and diversity

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