University of New Mexico Health Education Building, Phase 3, At Domenici Center receives ENR Safety Award of Merit. A total of 135,000 work-hours were logged with zero OSHA recordable incidents.
The Indian Health Service and the Cocopah and Quechan Tribes celebrated the opening of Fort Yuma Health Care Center on April 11.
This presentation, part of the 2018 PDC Summit in Nashville, considers two Indian Health Service facilities to demonstrate how evidence-based design, a cultural understanding of wellness, and state-of-the-art health care can intersect to improve patient outcomes.
Kayenta Health Center, operated by Indian Health Service (IHS), has been awarded LEED Gold from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
Originally presented at the 2017 Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Austin, this case study of Kayenta Health Center illustrates how the facility couples traditional cultural perspectives of healing with current wellness trends.
Healthcare architect Max Parrill discusses the WELL Building Standard and how leading healthcare organizations are embracing wellness strategies.
Margaret Cornelius is a board certified healthcare interior designer after passing the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers Exam & earning the prestigious AAHID Certificate. The AAHID credential signifies competence in a variety of aspects that affect the healthcare interior environment.
The new Fort Yuma Health Care Center, a 76,000sf outpatient clinic, will be located in Winterhaven, CA and emphasize staff collaboration and integration of services to support the Chronic Care Model.