Space-Planning Innovations that are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities

Space-Planning Innovations that are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities

Space-Planning Innovations that are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities

Space-Planning Innovations that are Reshaping Healthcare Facilities

Going with the Flow: How the Pandemic Reshapes Interior Space Planning

A Senior Associate in our Healthcare practice area, Sara Robinson, is helping her clients discover the latest innovations in containment, patient and material flow, wayfinding, and more in order to make healthcare facilities more resilient to pandemic prevention.  

The COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the way healthcare facilities operate, how they’re being designed, and what healthcare architecture best practice standards of the future will be.

Medical Construction & Design Magazine published some of Sara’s best practices in their May/June, 2021 issue. Read the full story here.

This timely article on how the pandemic is reshaping interior space planning covers:

  • The phasing out of traditional waiting rooms.  
  • The rise of autonomous containment zones.  
  • Best practices for safe patient and material flow, and more

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For questions about how to incorporate some of these innovations into your current or new healthcare facility, contact Sara here.  

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Sara Robinson

AIA, EDAC, Senior Associate

Architect, Healthcare Practice + Advisory Services

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