Stuart Stoller of SGPA Architecture and Planning was one of the two architects in the room for the Promising Practices Seminar Knowledge exchange. During his sessions he was asked a few questions:
1) Would a stand-alone dental clinic be subject to OSHPD 3, if it was licensed through a county health department? (That answer would need to be researched with the County based on their proposed licensure).
2) What are the peer-review comments for schematic plans of a Eureka, CA community health center? The plans were discussed in relation to experiences of other California Safety Net clinics.
3) How can LEED criteria impact a clinic interior? The limited range of materials used in clinic interiors were discussed.
Do you have answers to these questions? What other questions are clinic staff asking their architect?
Tony Skapinsky of Capital Link hoste the knowledge exchange session on Capital Financing.
Read Cind Barr's knowledge exchange session recap on Creating Spaces for Alternative Types of Patient Visits and let us know what you think!