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Building A Better Inpatient Unit

September 14, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

These units have to do a lot of heavy lifting in today’s hospital environment, calling for designers to rethink existing models to better facilitate team-based care, streamline operations, and provide future flexibility.

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Union Village: Applying BIM/3-D Integrated Workflow

August 31, 2016     Danny Boh

In order to balance both time spent on design and construction, the team behind the new UHS Henderson Hospital, part of the in-progress Union Village health village project in Henderson, Nev., decided to overlap the two thanks to the use of technology. 

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FIRST LOOK: University of Vermont Medical Center’s Robert E. and Holly D. Miller Building

August 18, 2016     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

See a sneak peek of the medical center’s new inpatient bed building scheduled for completion in 2019.

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Showcase 2016: Josie Robertson Surgery Center, MSK Cancer Center, New York

August 4, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

The ambulatory surgery center goes vertical on a tight urban site and employs a neutral color palette to create a sophisticated healthcare setting for New Yorkers.

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Showcase 2016: University Medical Center New Orleans, New Orleans

August 2, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

This new community hospital is at home in The Big Easy with resiliency features and custom touches, including graphics and artwork, designed to honor its New Orleans heritage.

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Class Act: University of California San Diego Health System Outpatient Pavilion

July 26, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

The new 154,000-square-foot building will be a hub for outpatient services, including ambulatory surgery, radiology, and specialty clinics.

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Union Village: Conditions Of Satisfaction

July 13, 2016     Matt Carroll

A healthcare project’s conditions of satisfaction set the ultimate goal for work by defining success. The UHS Henderson Hospital project, part of the in-progress Union Village health village in Henderson, Nev., provides an example of the conditions that were identified for the new hospital as well as how team members will measure them. 

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Healthcare’s Water Conversation Efforts Have Ripple Effect

July 13, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

In light of rising water and sewage rates, changing regulations, and the increasing occurrence of extreme weather conditions, healthcare facilities are exploring new ways to reduce their water consumption.

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Class Act: University Of Minnesota Health Clinics And Surgery Center

July 12, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

This academic medical center, opened February 2016, in Minneapolis, features a host of new approaches to operations and layout that were inspired by other markets, including retail and airports.

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Trend Report: Academic Medical Centers

June 23, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

These forward-thinking organizations are expanding into new markets, exploring new clinical layouts, and adapting to new teaching methods to stay poised for innovation and future success.

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PHOTO TOUR: Western Digital DRIVE Wellness Center

June 15, 2016     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

Take a visual walk through the wellness facility in Irvine, Calif., opened in July 2015.

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Take 5 With Tom Chessum

May 25, 2016     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

The principal with CO Architects discusses the top five trends and issues getting his attention right now.

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Two Loma Linda University Health Projects Get Underway

May 23, 2016     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

A groundbreaking was held for a new hospital complex, which will house a new adult hospital and children’s hospital tower totaling 693 beds.

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PHOTO TOUR: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital And Royal Hospital For Children

May 20, 2016     Posted by Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

Take a visual walk through two new facilities and a healthcare campus in Glasgow, Scotland, opened in July 2015.

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All Is Well: Q+A With Perkins+Will’s Sharon Woodworth

May 2, 2016     Anne DiNardo, Senior Editor

The healthcare practice leader at Perkins+Will’s San Francisco office discusses the evolution of wellness and sustainable healthcare design, the need for outcome-based codes, and why we need to start think beyond buildings to create healthcare districts.

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