One of the things that I find fascinating about working in healthcare design is when we, the architects and designers, become the patient and have our own healthcare experiences in a project we designed. That shift in perspective from designer to patient...
We are all probably familiar with the phrase “Code Blue” from watching medical drama shows. A less well-known phrase is “Code Pink”, the acknowledged code for an infant abduction in a hospital. Though infant abductions are statistically rare (accounting...read more
Zimmerman's design for this clinic in Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin is another strong example of collaborative care model planning, and Advocate Aurora Health's commitment to improving operational efficiencies and patient outcomes. Constructed by C.G. Schmidt, the 22,500...read more
When circumstances are beyond our control, many find solace in connecting with the spirit. Through meditation, prayer, or reflection in a quiet place, healing the mind-body-spirit connection can bring peace during times of uncertainty. Earlier this year,...read more