The New Parkland Hospital Master Plan—Part 1
The New Parkland Hospital Master Plan
The New Parkland Hospital project in Dallas is a $1.27-billion healthcare campus that includes replacement of the existing 56-year-old Parkland Memorial Hospital. The Parkland campus is located within the Southwestern Medical District and serves as a teaching hospital for the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine.
In HEALTHCARE DESIGN's March online exclusive, Hank Adams, AIA, of HDR Architecture, and Chuck Armstrong, AIA, of Corgan Associates, take readers through the master planning process for the project, including the guiding principles for the new 64-acre healthcare campus as well as the 862-bed, 1.9-million-square-foot, full-service acute care replacement hospital.
Don't miss this inside look at the Parkland Hospital project from the design team of HDR + Corgan!
The Affordable Care Act: Shaping Lean Healthcare Facilities Development
The full three-part online exclusive series of articles by Doug Grove, a senior medical planner with CollinsWoerman Architects in Seattle, is now available online at www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com. Grove is a registered architect and a certified Lean leader who has trained in the United States and Japan. In “The Affordable Care Act: Shaping Lean Healthcare Facilities,” he explores how providers are beginning to understand the impact healthcare reform will have on their business and, in turn, are looking to Lean process and design as a way to do more with less.
Look for this online exclusive article series at:
Healthcare Design 2011 March;11(3):4