Cheryl L. Herbert, RN, MBA, FACHE, president of Dublin Development, takesHEALTHCARE DESIGN on a tour through the Dublin Methodist Hospital near Columbus, Ohio. Completed in 2007, the 325,000-square-foot facility has been praised for the amount of natural light that Karlsberger Architecture was able to integrate into its design.

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Dublin Methodist Hospital: Evidence-based design at work - Feb. 2008

Pebble Partner opening the doors of a new facility presents an eagerly anticipated opportunity to see evidence-based design strategies at work and to measure the results of their implementation. The opening of Dublin Methodist Hospital last month after many years of visionary planning, design, and construction has been anticipated by both the healthcare design and research community alike.

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Dublin Methodist Hospital: Applying evidence-based design in a race to revolutionize healthcare
- March 2007

“Run until apprehended”. These were the three words Cheryl Herbert, president of OhioHealth's new Dublin Methodist Hospital (DMH), instilled in every member of the project team as we began the challenging endeavor of designing a hospital to be better than any that had ever before existed.

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Dublin Methodist Hospital DUBLIN, OH
- Sept. 2006

Participating as a Pebble Project with The Center for Health Design, this 94-bed hospital has the mission “to create a community hospital that revolutionizes healthcare delivery by optimizing the medical, spiritual, and emotional well-being of patients, families, and staff.”

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