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Webinar: Alternate Care Delivery: An In-Car Care Unit and Automobile-based Ambulatory Care Platform

When: December 17, 2020
Time: 10:00am Pacific
Price: $65 Individual View/$150 Group View

1 unit EDAC continuing education
1 unit AIA continuing education
IDCEC credit also available**

CEU forms available for download during webinar


This webinar is free to our Affiliate+ members.


The in-car care concept is one of NBBJ Design’s current R&D efforts; developed to help healthcare clients respond to the immediate and long-term societal changes of the COVID era. This in-car health platform considers new possibilities for the architecture and design of primary care, and combines the convenience of telehealth with the face-to-face interaction of a traditional clinic visit. Join this webinar and hear how the innovation supporting this care model emerged, case study best practices, and next steps for this model moving forward.



Learning Objectives

  • Understand what is driving an alternative form of ambulatory care.
  • Identify the potential ambulatory visits that are appropriate to this healthcare delivery model and design.
  • Consider potential locations and design layouts for this new model of care.
  • Examine the order of magnitude cost comparisons for conversion of parking to ambulatory clinics.




Presenting Faculty

Ryan Hullinger, AIA, Partner, Healthcare Architect, NBBJ

Ryan Hullinger has dedicated his career to the pursuit of innovation, specifically in the discovery of new opportunities for architecture and design to improve the health of our communities. With a specific focus on enhanced clinical performance and adapt-able hospital design, Ryan works to ensure that research-driven methodologies are at the center of NBBJ’s healthcare design process. He presents ideas, projects and design research at conferences and forums across the United States and abroad. In addition, his pioneering work in hospital prefabrication has been the focus of published academic research by faculty at Florida International University, Penn State University and Clemson University.


Teri Oelrich, MBA, BSN, Partner, Healthcare Consultant, NBBJ

Teri Oelrich, is a partner with NBBJ.  She leads the Healthcare Analytics and Consulting group.  She has a clinical background in nursing, working in a variety of settings, including medical-surgical units and adult and pediatric intensive care units.  She also holds an MBA, and coupled with her operational knowledge, she brings a valuable mix of clinical and business acumen to healthcare projects.