What medical school did your hospital go to?
Doctors, nurses, surgeons, medical staff…they all go through rigorous training to be able to heal their patients in the best way possible. Shouldn’t the people who design buildings that facilitate healing have a robust knowledge of what contributes to a community’s wellness, too?
Top priority: patient outcomes
Project: Ernest Health, Inc.
Ernest Health, Inc. (EHI) is a growing healthcare services company and has been working with Dekker Perich Sabatini (DPS) to…
Healing close to home
Project: Lincoln County Medical Center Replacement Hospital
This hospital delivers high quality care in a rural community. Replacing a dated facility, the project maximizes Lincoln County’s resources…
Tradition with vision
Project: Sacred Peaks Health Center
Sacred Peaks Health Center replaces a dated health center located two miles from the new site. The new modern facility…
A clinic that never stops evolving
Project: 528 Primary Care Clinic
To expand their reach into the communities surrounding Albuquerque, Presbyterian established a clinic in the north part of Rio Rancho.…
Caring for a small community
Project: Lincoln County Medical Center Physicians Office Building
As an older healthcare facility, Lincoln County Medical Center needed to grow and update aging infrastructure. LCMC engaged DPS to…
How would you like your extreme makeover?
Project: Flagstaff Bone and Joint
This project positions Flagstaff Bone and Joint as the leading provider of orthopedic care in Northern Arizona. It is an…
Time for a transformation
Project: Proffer Medical Office Building
Proffers are a family of doctors in Amarillo, TX that specialize in all variations of plastic surgery: from daily in…
Vision requires seeing what others don't
Project: Eye Associates Retina Center
Eye Associates of New Mexico, founded in 1976, is one of the largest comprehensive eye care practices in the United…
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