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FIRST LOOK: Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital

May 21, 2015     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
See a sneak peek of the village concept used in the design of Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital in London, opening in 2016.
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PHOTO TOUR: Florida Hospital Tampa

May 20, 2015     posted by Kristin D. Zeit
Take a visual walk through the exterior renovations, new ED, new patient tower, and Women’s Health Pavilion at Florida Hospital Tampa, completed in January 2015.
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Simulating Healthcare Spaces Through Virtual Reality

May 20, 2015     Taylor Cupp

Virtual reality isn’t just for gamers anymore. The technology is allowing healthcare project teams to simulate and experience spaces long before they’re built. But adopting this next frontier of design and construction comes with some rules for engagement.

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Spaces That Bring Medical Research Into Clinical Practice

May 19, 2015     Barbara Horwitz-Bennett
Translational research facilities require a built environment that supports medical advancements—and the physicians and researchers collaborating on them—to improve health outcomes.
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Master Planning Wellness Into Healthcare Campuses

May 18, 2015     Tatiana Guimaraes

A new era of healthcare with an intense focus on population health is calling for hospital campuses that are outward focused rather than inward. This blog from AIA AAH discusses how a shift is taking place in master planning approaches to support providers’ community-based wellness initiatives.

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FIRST LOOK: Cherokee Indian Medical Center

April 30, 2015     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor

Catch a sneak peek of the new replacement hospital that improves and expands services for the Cherokee population located in the remote mountains of western North Carolina.

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Research Weighs Effects Of Healthcare Workspaces On Team-based Care

April 22, 2015     Jennifer DuBose and Ross Westlake
For many providers, the solution to population health management is a shift to coordinated, team-based care in an open work environment. A literature review and real-world observations evaluate models in use and effects on staff communication and collaboration.
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Good-Natured Design

April 9, 2015     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital shows how to use evidence-based design and integrated landscape elements to stand out in the healing-design crowd.

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Lady Cilento Branches Out In Australia

April 9, 2015     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor
The new children’s hospital is lush with fresh solutions for hospital campus design, including approaches that bring the outside in and help establish deep roots within the local community.
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Building Smart In Healthcare

April 7, 2015     Jason Seaburg
New technologies are optimizing healthcare construction sites, helping teams rein in costs and speed up schedules.
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PHOTO TOUR: MOB at Los Alamitos Medical Center

April 3, 2015     posted by Kristin D. Zeit
Take a visual walk through the new medical office building at Los Alamitos Medical Center in Los Alamitos, Calif., opened in October 2014.
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PHOTO TOUR: Halton McMaster Family Health Clinic

March 27, 2015     posted by Kristin D. Zeit
Take a visual walk through the Halton McMaster Family Health Clinic in Burlington, Ontario, opened November 2014.
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FIRST LOOK: Eastern Maine Medical Center Modernization Project

March 25, 2015     Posted by Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, Executive Editor
See a sneak peek of the 361,000-square-foot patient tower being built in Bangor, Maine, and expected to open in 2017.
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Getting Up Close And Personal With The HCD 10

March 18, 2015     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

Healthcare Design wanted to know what inspires this year’s HCD 10 honorees and what they’d like to change most in healthcare design. So we turned on the tape recorder and asked them a few questions. Hear their stories in our new podcast series.

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Designing For The Generational Shift

Center for Addiction and Mental Health designed by Stantec and C4 Architects
March 10, 2015     Barbara Horwitz-Bennett
Older patients have always been among the most frequent users of healthcare services. But as baby boomers continue to age, the number of seniors entering acute care facilities is skyrocketing, pushing providers and designers to create spaces that support their outcomes and satisfaction.
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