Flex Space is Today’s Demand in Healthcare Design

Posted by on Mar 11, 2021 in Behind the Design
Flex Space is Today’s Demand in Healthcare Design

Flex space is today’s demand in Healthcare Design and for good reason. With the healthcare market needs changing so fast, it only makes sense that the facility can also change and adapt. Have you been in a hospital room as of late? Almost everything is mobile right down to wall partitions. This is because a […]

Warm and Inviting Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic

Posted by on Mar 4, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Warm and Inviting Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic

Each month,¬†HealthcareDesignMagizine.com¬†features up-and-coming projects in healthcare design. This month, they featured the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Fredericksburg, VA and gave us a first look. The design elements that stand out the most are the warm and inviting entry and the correlating historical significance of the location. See it below. (source) The U.S. Department of […]

First Look: Philadelphia Neurological Institute

Posted by on Feb 26, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
First Look: Philadelphia Neurological Institute

Each month, HealthcareDesignMagizine.com features up-and-coming projects in healthcare design. This month, they featured Philadelphia Neurological Institute and gave us a first look. The design elements that stand out the most are the transparent entry, the number of glass windows that allow abundant natural light, and of course the sculptural staircase wrapped in a warm welcoming, […]

The Clinic of the Future Utilizes Modular Techniques and Offers a Near Touchless Experience

Posted by on Feb 18, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
The Clinic of the Future Utilizes Modular Techniques and Offers a Near Touchless Experience

The clinic of the future thought up by Brian Adams, AIA, Senior Healthcare Planner at Catalyst, a Division of Haskell makes a lot of sense. First, it utilizes modular techniques which lower construction costs and allow for room adaptability. On top of that, the clinic design can be fashioned to existing retail strip centers and […]

Lighting In An Intensive Care Unit Patient Room Plays A Role In Quality of Care, Safety, Sustainability, and Patient Comfort

Posted by on Feb 11, 2021 in Behind the Design
Lighting In An Intensive Care Unit Patient Room Plays  A Role In Quality of Care, Safety, Sustainability, and Patient Comfort

Intensive care unit (ICU) patient rooms serve critically ill patients. With requirements for close monitoring and observation, as well as specialized equipment and technology, the physical environment can be frightening for families and requires special considerations to optimize staff efficiency, promote quality care and safety of patients, and support loved ones. Lighting in an ICU […]

Materials and Finishes Invite Young Patients to Relax and Play

Posted by on Feb 4, 2021 in Featured Artists and Inspirations
Materials and Finishes Invite Young Patients to Relax and Play

Children sometimes require special help as they grow and develop. The Outpatient Pediatric Rehabilitation Clinic was designed to do just that. They provide expert help to children ranging from newborns through age 16 for physical, sensory, motor, language, and cognitive disorders or developmental delays. These services are offered at the new Erie Medical Center. (source) […]

Patient Experience Surveys Guide Change, Like Access to Care

Posted by on Jan 28, 2021 in Behind the Design
Patient Experience Surveys Guide Change, Like Access to Care

Patient Experience Surveys guide change in healthcare design. They have become so important that it is now one of the first steps administrators and designers take when beginning a renovation or a new project. Asking patients the question “How can we make this better?” drives change in processes and design in healthcare. The steps taken […]