Harlem Hospital Center, New York. Photo courtesy of HOK
Established: 1955

Staff: 1,632

Locations: Atlanta; Chicago; Houston; London, U.K.; Los Angeles; New York; St. Louis; San Francisco; Tampa; Toronto

Healthcare Markets: Acute Care, Alternative Medicine, Ambulatory Care, Behavioral/Mental Health, Education/Research, Long-Term Care, Medical Office Buildings, Senior Housing

Services: Architecture, Conservation, Consulting, Engineering, Green/Sustainable Design, Interior Design, Landscape Design, Strategic Planning

Five Projects of Note:

CHRISTUS Hospital—Saint Elizabeth, Beaumont, Texas. Photo by Aker/Zvonkovic Photography
Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center [Los Angeles, CA] 2007

CHRISTUS Hospital—St. Elizabeth [Beaumont, TX] 2004

Harlem Hospital Center [New York, NY] 2010

The Ohio State University Medical Center [Columbus, OH] 2011

Baylor College of Medicine [Houston, TX] 2008

Contact Information:

Chuck Siconolfi

620 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Fl.

New York, NY 10011

Ph. (212) 741-1200 Fax: (212) 633-1163

E-mail: chuck.siconolfi@hok.com

Web: http://www.hok.com

Contributing to the care of humankind, to the efficient allocation of society's resources, and to the quality of the built environment, HOK is working with academic medical centers, healthcare organizations, and community hospitals to redefine service delivery for the 21st century. This unparalleled experience enables HOK's medical planners to help clinicians define the future of care and create environments that support the clinicians' vision. We bring this expertise to every project regardless of size.

Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center, Los Angeles, Calif
Passionate about the healthcare environments we design, we make it our business to know every aspect of medical care so that we can leverage our knowledge to build consensus, as well as test alternate solutions. With each project's unique culture and population, new concepts and features are being incorporated, aiming to reduce operating costs while enhancing patient satisfaction and medical outcomes.

At HOK, our goal is to create a built environment that supports staff and nurtures patients, while making a distinguished statement to the community in an environmentally responsible way. We achieve project goals through a collaborative process that engages our clients, our consultants, and our communities.