Advising medical tenants in a changing market

Moving any tenant has its pros and cons, however, moving a medical tenant can generate a totally separate set of issues.


April 17, 2017

Lessons learned from a day in the life at a senior living community

For 24 hours, I became a wheelchair-bound individual with the following health conditions: mild dementia, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and a fractured hip, and I was to become a resident at a local senior living facility – a project I had designed five years prior.


January 15, 2017

Community hospitals fill need for access, convenience

Historically, when someone referred to a “community hospital,” they were usually referring to a scaled-down general hospital in a smaller town or rural area.


September 2, 2016

Health care is the new retail

In today’s ultracompetitive health care, Affordable Care Act landscape, patients expect providers to deliver care on demand and in a manner that’s more convenient for them. Whether it be calling around for same-day appointments, searching for walk-in care, finding an emergency department with a “fast track,” or requesting house calls or telehealth options, patients are behaving more like “health care shoppers.”


July 29, 2016

Modernization of ORs leading to renovations

Advanced technologies in health care surgical suites are driving modernizations in design and subsequent changes in construction.


July 13, 2016

Responding to consumer driven health care

Improving patient experience incorporates pushing care to where the patient is located, functional design, as well as assuring convenient hours and access.


June 13, 2016

The hospital campus redefined

Continuum of care, retailization, flexibility: Buzzwords bringing change and redefining the hospital campus of today.

Jennifer Hayes

May 31, 2016