Ambulatory Design for the New Market
E4H presents Trends in Ambulatory Facility Planning and Design at the New England Society for Healthcare Strategy (NESHS) Fall Conference. Healthcare organizations are facing increased pressure to provide easy access to care, quickly, and through innovative healthcare delivery processes. Kevin Neumann, AIA, Partner, and Regan Henry, PhD, AIA, LEED AP, LSSBB, will present case studies to provide an understanding of how various healthcare organizations are adapting their physical spaces to keep up with market demands and changes. Event Information
Eastern Maine Medical Center
A new kitchen and servery has just opened at Eastern Maine Medical Center. The project is part of a larger $305M modernization effort aimed at improving patient and staff satisfaction through a holistic approach to health and wellness. The new kitchen focuses on offering healthy, locally sourced foods with a new menu designed by a renowned chef. The servery offers guests a vibrantly designed food court with several options of food stations. The new layout connects to an open dining area which provides a gathering place and respite area. Through thoughtful phasing and the use of temporary facilities, E4H sequenced this renovation to minimize the impact to the hospital's food service work flow.
On the Boards
Memorial Medical Pavilion
Flexibly designed for lease to medical practices, the Memorial Medical Pavilion is a 5-story, 101,774SF medical office building. Each 20,000SF floor plate to ready for fit-out, offering tenants a light filled space that can be custom tailored to a variety of practice types with ample parking for patients and staff, as well as adjacency to the top rated Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center. With strategic frontage along Interstate 10, future practices will be able to provide a variety of medical services to the desirable Houston area patient population.