New Florida hospitals reflect focus on patient-centered care

December 18, 2017

The new UF Health Heart & Vascular Hospital and the UF Health Neuromedicine Hospital in Gainesville, Fla., reflect the system's strategic plan to tailor care to individual patient needs in a humanistic, personalized manner, according to an article on the Gainesville Sun website.

In designing the new hospitals, UF Health first assessed the needs of its patients, and then worked with the architects to build spaces that fulfilled these needs.

Physicians, architects, nurses, engineers, administrators, contractors, equipment specialists and staff from diverse areas of specialization focused on designing an environment that supports sophisticated technology.

The project also included soothing spaces where patients could heal. 

Read the article.



See the latest posts on our homepage


Topic Area: Project News for Healthcare Facilities

Recent Posts
Recent Posts
Focus: Security

Nurses union to press charges against abusive patients

The measure follows years of the union pushing for better hospital security and nurse training


Blog/Focus: Technology

Time for technology to take on tough staffing challenges

It’s never been more important for healthcare facility managers to focus on strategic staffing and retention. The right technology is here to help.


Report explores healthcare wayfinding best practices

Report explores the people, processes and tools that large medical facilities have implemented to manage their wayfinding systems


Focus: Security

Top online security blogs to watch

VPN Mentor website lists blogs offering most up-to-date news, insight and analysis


Flying hospital supports eye care in developing nations

Orbis Flying Eye Hospital strengthens local eye care institutions, trains staff, introduces ophthalmic technology


Post Comment


• News and Updates
• Webcast Alerts
• Building Technologies

All fields are required.