Emergency Department and ICU Projects to Spark Your Best Idea
Our editors are always searching for the newest and greatest healthcare projects to feature within the pages of our magazine and website. Designers seeking ideas on emergency department planning, patient care tower layouts, ICU design, and Lean construction, can find all of these and more on the pages of Healthcare Design’s website.
Family caregivers can spend long periods of time in an ICU or emergency department while a family member receives care. To create the ideal setting, facilities are focusing on new strategies and rethinking patient care tower layouts, ICU design, waiting rooms, and amenities so that families and visitors can take a break without leaving the unit. Ideas on staff spaces, infection control in the emergency department, and Lean strategies to improve operations and create safer healing environments round out Healthcare Design’s coverage.
Find the Best Acute Care Projects at Healthcare Design
Healthcare Design has recently featured cutting-edge acute care projects from around the country, including Memorial Hermann Pearland Hospital, The University of Vermont Medical Center, University of Connecticut Dempsey Hospital, and Westchester Medical Center.
These projects incorporate a range of materials, layouts, and operational programs, reflecting the strategic approach to healthcare design that’s necessary to drive positive health outcomes and profitable organizations. Additionally, Healthcare Design focuses on the business of design, sharing insight into the operation of Lean hospitals from facility planners, construction experts, and design firms, as well as profiles of leading organizations and firms.
Count on Healthcare Design for the latest architecture and design news related not only to new buildings and projects, but also industry organizations such as the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).