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Perkins+Will Tops Healthcare Giants List for 2012
Interior Design announced the results of its annual survey of Healthcare Giants, with Perkins+Will topping the list...
Perkins+Will Named ‘Firm of the Year’ by Healthcare Design Magazine
Perkins+Will has been named ‘Firm of the Year’ by Healthcare Design Magazine in the publication’s second annual “HCD 10” contest...
Jim has more than 30 years of professional experience including 24 years with Perkins+Will...
A Simple Model for Comparing Healthcare Staff Walking Efficiencies Across Different Hospital Floor Plan Designs
With healthcare facility design trending toward increasing patient space in new construction, there can be concomitant increases in healthcare staff workloads. This study used simple pedometry step counts to compare staff walking effort in double-loaded and racetrack corridor floor plan designs. It was demonstrated that the racetrack floor plan outperformed the double-loaded corridor in human energy efficiency regardless of staff position or work shift.
Justin Parscale is a senior member of the Dallas healthcare planning team and an Associate Principal of the firm...
Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
As the first major healthcare facility built in southeastern Pennsylvania in over a decade, the Einstein Medical Center Montgomery (EMCM) provides the region with 360,000 square foot, 146-bed, and LEED Silver certified acute care facility. Comprised of 96 medical/surgical beds, a 22-bed intensive care unit, a 20-bed postpartum unit, and an 8-bed Level IIIB neonatal intensive care unit, as well as a two-story medical arts building, EMCM is a fully integrated, best-in-class medical facility. <br />
Now Available: Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Second Edition
Perkins+Will is excited to congratulate Global Sustainable Healthcare Design Leader and Principal Robin Guenther and Gail Vittori, LEED Fellow, on the release of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, S...
Mercy Health System of Northwest Arkansas
Mercy Health System of Northwest Arkansas sought our help in leveraging their opportunity to "do it right." We provided services including operational redefinition, planning, programming and design of a 200-bed replacement campus capable of long-term expansion. The strategic decision to replace the existing facility enabled the health system to define new processes with a focus on operational efficiency and patient safety without defaulting to processes dictated by an existing structure.
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