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Healthcare Facilities

From hospitals to research facilities, healthcare buildings are essential to the health of the world’s population, as well as medical innovation. Designing these structures requires a delicate balance of technical requirements with the needs of doctors and patients, but when done right, these designs can save lives.

Healthcare Facilities | Apr 7, 2022

Visibility breeds traffic in healthcare design

Ryan Companies has completed several healthcare projects that gain exposure by being near retail stores or office buildings.

Healthcare Facilities | Mar 25, 2022

Health group converts bank building to drive-thru clinic

Edward-Elmhurst Health and JTS Architects had to get creative when turning an American Chartered Bank into a drive-thru clinic for outpatient testing and vaccinations.

Projects | Mar 21, 2022

BIG-designed Danish Neuroscience Center will combine groundbreaking science and treatment

A first-of-its-kind facility, a new Danish Neuroscience Center in Aarhus, Denmark designed by BIG, will combine psychiatry and neuroscience under one roof. 

Projects | Mar 18, 2022

Toronto suburb to build the largest hospital in Canada

A new hospital in Ontario will nearly triple the care capacity of its existing facility—becoming the largest hospital in Canada. 

Projects | Mar 15, 2022

Old Sears store will become one of the largest orthopaedics outpatient facilities in the Northeast

A former Sears store in Rochester, N.Y., will be transformed into one of the largest orthopaedics outpatient facilities in the Northeast.

Projects | Mar 10, 2022

Optometrist office takes new approach to ‘doc-in-a-box’ design

In recent decades, franchises have taken over the optometry services and optical sales market. This trend has spawned a commodity-type approach to design of office and retail sales space.

Industry Research | Mar 2, 2022

31 percent of telehealth visits result in a physical office visit

With little choice but to adopt virtual care options due to pandemic restrictions and interactions, telehealth adoption soared as patients sought convenience and more efficient care options.

Resiliency | LEO A DALY | Feb 15, 2022

Design strategies for resilient buildings

LEO A DALY's National Director of Engineering Kim Cowman takes a building-level look at resilient design. 

Healthcare Facilities | HOK | Feb 10, 2022

Respite for the weary healthcare worker

The pandemic has shined a light on the severe occupational stress facing healthcare workers. Creating restorative hospital environments can ease their feelings of anxiety and burnout while improving their ability to care for patients.

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