Rendering of University Medical Center at Princeton. Created by HOK/Hillier Joint Venture
Established: 1984

Staff: 30

Locations: Chicago and Denver

Healthcare Markets: Acute Care, Alternative Medicine, Ambulatory Care, Behavioral/Mental Health, Education/Research, Long-Term Care, Medical Office Buildings, Sports Medicine

Services: Construction, Consulting, Development, Engineering, Program/Project Management, Strategic Planning

Three Projects of Note:

University Medical Center at Princeton Replacement Hospital [Princeton, NJ] June 2010

Metropolitan Hospital Replacement Hospital [Grand Rapids, MI] December 2006

Rush University Medical Center—Midwest Orthopedics Ambulatory Building [Chicago] May 2009

Contact Information:

Fred D. Campobasso

10 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 2290

Chicago, IL 60606

Ph. (312) 756-9300 Fax: (312) 756-9301

E-mail: fcampobasso@amdchealth.com

Web: http://www.amdchealth.com

AMDC delivers customized, comprehensive real estate and facilities solutions for hospitals and health systems. We continually strive to raise the industry standard of service excellence by providing superior, value-added strategy, program management, development, and capital solutions. Our end results get to the heart of each client's unique objectives, solving specific challenges against an ever-changing backdrop of industry needs. For more than 20 years, AMDC has consistently achieved high levels of client satisfaction by focusing on results. We exceed our customers' expectations with an ethic based on teamwork, forward thinking, active communication, professional integrity, and honesty.

What do you think is a pressing issue/controversy today with healthcare design?

Placing a higher level of importance on facility design rather than focusing on business solutions. Projects become architecturally driven at the expense of patient experience and future adaptability. AMDC offers customized business solutions that function well today and far into the future. You can read more about our perspective at http://www.amdchealth.com/200611.html.