Location: New Haven, Conn.
Healthcare Markets: Acute Care, Alternative Medicine, Behavioral/Mental Health, Education/Research, Long-Term Care, Pediatric Care, Sports Medicine, Women's Health Services
Services: Consulting, Evidence-Based Design, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Strategic Mapping, Strategic Planning
Three Projects of Note:
Dublin Methodist Hospital of OhioHealth [Dublin, OH] 2009
Baystate Children's Hospital [Springfield, MA] 2008
Yale-New Haven Hospital—Clinical Labs [New Haven, CT] 2009
Rosalyn Cama, FASID
31 Audubon St.
New Haven, CT 06511
Ph. (203) 777-9921 Fax: (203) 777-7781
CAMA Incorporated is a healthcare evidence-based interior planning and design firm located in New Haven, Conn. Founded in 1983, CAMA's mission is to design interior environments that improve strategically driven outcomes. Consulting services are available to establish an evidence-based methodology for renovation and new building projects. These services include mapping strategic, cultural, transformational, and research goals that will lead to innovative solutions that are informed and improve outcomes. Traditional interior design services include Visioning Sessions, Strategic Programming, Evidence-based Research, Planning, Color Palettes, Material and Finish Selections, Furnishings (Ergonomics), Acoustics, Lighting, Interior Image Development, Wayfinding, Signage, Donor Recognition, Artwork, Plantscape, Graphics, Project Management, and Project Exposure.
What do you think is a pressing issue/controversy today with healthcare design?
There is a need for innovation that improves outcomes. Four major drivers in design are creating safe environments, creating efficient environments that improve quality of service, designing work environments that improve recruitment and retention, and understanding the return on capital investment. The evidence-based process informs transformational solutions that improve outcomes.