Saving Space In Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
2d ago
Each year a jury designates one product as Best of Competition in The Nightingale Awards, a program that celebrates some of the best in healthcare design products. The latest product to earn the recognition actually wasn’t originally developed for healthcare but found a fit in the market for its flexible and space-saving design attributes. As students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland in 2015, David Ballagi and Carlo Loderer regularly organized music festivals on campus. As the events grew in size and popularity, Ballagi and Loderer were confronted with a tedious pro ..read more
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Saving Space In Healthcare Facilities
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
2d ago
Each year a jury designates one product as Best of Competition in The Nightingale Awards, a program that celebrates some of the best in healthcare design products. The latest product to earn the recognition actually wasn’t originally developed for healthcare but found a fit in the market for its flexible and space-saving design attributes. As students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland in 2015, David Ballagi and Carlo Loderer regularly organized music festivals on campus. As the events grew in size and popularity, Ballagi and Loderer were confronted with a tedious prob ..read more
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Summa Health Opens Juve Family Behavioral Health Pavilion
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
2d ago
Nonprofit healthcare system Summa Health (Akron, Ohio) opened the Juve Family Behavioral Health Pavilion at its main campus in Akron. The 158,000-square-foot, 64-bed project includes a partial hospitalization program and intensive outpatient services such as psychiatry, addiction medicine, and traumatic stress treatment. Hasenstab Architects (Akron) and Perspectus Architecture (Cleveland) served as the project architects. The post Summa Health Opens Juve Family Behavioral Health Pavilion first appeared on HCD Magazine ..read more
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Mackinac Straits Health System To Add $10M MOB In Michigan
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
3d ago
Mackinac Straits Health System (St. Ignace, Mich.) is planning a $10 million medical office building (MOB), according to the website petoskeynews.com. The 20,000-square-foot project will provided expanded space for existing services as well as administrative workspace and offices. The $10 million MOB is scheduled to break ground in June and completed in 2024. Integrated Design Solutions (Troy, Mich.) is serving as the architecture firm on the project. The post Mackinac Straits Health System To Add $10M MOB In Michigan first appeared on HCD Magazine ..read more
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Camber Children’s Mental Health To Open Youth Hospital In Kansas
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
3d ago
Camber Children’s Mental Health (Hays, Kan.), formerly KVC Hospitals, expects to open a new youth mental health hospital in February in Hays, according to the website gbtribune.com. The 14-bed hospital is a partnership between the city of Camber and the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (Topeka, Kan.) and The facility will include inpatient and residential mental health treatment for youth up to age 18 years, including intensive psychiatric care and medication management; individual, family, and group therapy sessions; and case coordination. The post Camber Children’s Mental ..read more
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IU Health Expands Hospital Plans In Indianapolis
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by Tracey Walker
4d ago
Indiana University Health (Indianapolis) has expanded the scope of its new acute care hospital and expanded medical campus, which is under construction in downtown Indianapolis. To meet forecasted inpatient demand, the hospital has been upsized to 864 private patient beds from a previously planned 672 beds. The construction cost of the new hospital is now budgeted for $2.31 billion and the hospital opening has been moved to the fourth quarter of 2027. The cost of support buildings such as medical offices and parking garages, infrastructure, and other expenditures on the expanded 44-acre campus ..read more
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Children’s Minnesota Opens Inpatient Mental Health Unit
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by Tracey Walker
5d ago
Children’s Minnesota (Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.) announced the opening of its second mental health inpatient unit at the Children’s Minnesota Mental Health Specialty Clinic in Roseville, Minn. The project included renovating 8,000-square-feet of existing space at the Roseville location to add an indoor gym and spaces for individual and group therapy and medication management. The mental health day treatment program is designed to meet each child’s emotional and behavioral needs through a combination of therapies during weekdays, with the patient returning home to their family on evenings and ..read more
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Acentech Names New President
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by Tracey Walker
5d ago
Acentech (Cambridge, Mass.), an architectural acoustics, noise and vibration control, audiovisual, and technology consulting firm, has named Benjamin Markham as president. He succeeds Jeffrey Zapfe, who has served as the firm’s president since 2011. Zapfe will continue as a principal, providing project leadership in the firm’s noise and vibration division. Markham has been with the firm since 2002. In addition, principals Jonah Sacks and Ioana Pieleanu have been promoted to directors of the firm’s architectural acoustics group in dual leadership roles. The post Acentech Names New President fir ..read more
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Caldwell Regional Medical Center Opens In Kansas
Healthcare Design Magazine | Industry News, Trends & Projects
by Tracey Walker
5d ago
Nonprofit healthcare provider Caldwell Regional Medical Center opened in Caldwell, Kan., according to the website kwch.com. The 42,000-square-foot project replaces Sumner County Hospital District No. 1. The new medical center houses inpatient and outpatient services, including cardiopulmonary, emergency, laboratory, pediatric therapy, radiology, sleep lab, surgical, and transitional care services. The project team includes LK Architecture (architect; Wichita, Kan.), MKEC (civil and structural engineer; Wichita), and Hutton (construction manager; Wichita). The post Caldwell Regional Medical Cen ..read more
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Winning Touch
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by Tracey Walker
5d ago
With a vision to create a national and global destination for orthopedic and musculoskeletal care, Crystal Clinic Orthopaedic Center in Akron, Ohio, pulled design inspiration from hospitality environments to create a concierge-like patient experience. The effort earned the 167,500-square-foot project Best of Competition in the 2022 IIDA Healthcare Design Awards program. “We wanted to design a facility that feels less like a hospital, with design elements that truly differentiate Crystal Clinic from other hospital systems,” says Daniel J. Ferry, president and CEO at Crystal Clinic. Opened in N ..read more
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