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Geisinger - Gray's Woods [Port Matilda, Pa.]

August 29, 2014    
EwingCole has been providing design services to Geisinger Health System for more than 40 years (and more than 50 projects). These have included Geisinger’s first LEED-certified building and a comprehensive plan to reduce the health system’s energy use which has realized a $2.7 million annual savings in utility costs.
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WellStar Paulding Hospital [Hiram, Ga.]

August 29, 2014    
The WellStar Paulding Hospital provides world class patient- and family-centered care to the surrounding community. The integrated team implemented strategies throughout the design process to achieve “safety to the fourth power.” This means safety for patients, family, staff, and the environment. Safety was the driver for every design and planning decision.
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Todd Cancer Institute Pavilion [Long Beach, Calif.]

August 28, 2014    
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center wanted to consolidate its cancer services in a patient-centered healing environment in order to better serve its patients and the community. The goal was to create a healthcare destination that enhances patient well-being, supports confidence and a sense of control, and encourages an optimistic outlook throughout cancer treatment. The result is the 64,000-square-foot Todd Cancer Institute Pavilion.
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Billings Clinic [Billings, Mont.]

August 28, 2014    
Moving from an existing ICU of 22 rooms in 10,990 square feet, a new unit was developed adjacent to surgical services, emergency department, and a cardiovascular care unit to house 24 rooms in 27, 208 square feet. To increase ancillary service response, the pulmonary therapy department of 1,270 square feet, and EKG/stress-echo department of 1,246 square feet were also moved immediately adjacent to the new unit.
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Redundancy: The Key To Keeping The Power On At Your Data Center

August 26, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
Designing specific protective measures into a data storage facility can help owners and operators avoid unplanned outages.
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Healthcare Data Centers: Carrying The Load

August 25, 2014     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
As the input and output of healthcare information continues to grow, data centers are leading the pack in providers’ capital project priorities to meet evolving storage and processing needs.
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PHOTO TOUR: Cobleskill Medical Office Building

August 22, 2014     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
Take a visual walk through Basset Healthcare Network’s new medical home facility in Cobleskill, N.Y., opened in June 2014.
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Emergency Response: Answering Patient Needs With A Standalone ED

August 21, 2014     Hilke Schoonvliet, Nicholas Watkins, Christy Spivey, and Chelsea Greemore
Research informed a new model of care for New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s delivery of emergency medicine.
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Creating Workplace Efficiencies That Healthcare Providers Need

August 13, 2014     Dennis Kaiser
Care delivery is evolving and with it, so must design. Two areas ripe for improvement are procedure space and inpatient beds.
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PHOTO TOUR: Microbiology Lab In Labrini, Athens

August 13, 2014     posted by Kristin D. Zeit
Take a visual walk through a new microbiology lab opened in Labrini, Athens, Greece, opened in February 2014.
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