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    October 2012 Member Project
    We have seen first hand the remarkable development of the Agnesian HealthCare system since 2001 as we provide on going master planning services, new inpatient and outpatient building designs, remodeling of existing departments and most currently the planning and design of a critical access hospital in Ripon.
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    October 2012 Member Project
    Natural light permeates the interiors of the acute care hospital in the public areas, patient rooms, operating rooms, PACU and at the ends of the patient corridors. A Gold-Level LEED Certified Healthcare Facility, the hospital is the centerpiece of the 28-acre campus that also includes a medical office building.
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    October 2012 Member Project
    The 227,128-square-foot hospital is noteworthy because of the considerable number of evidence-based design principles incorporated within one hospital to create a healing, yet efficient environment. The facility is designed to enhance patient care as well as staff/patient efficiencies.
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    October 2012 Member Project
    Evidence-based design and safety priorities in the patient rooms were a key focus. With the hospital's focus on safety, the primary outcome desired by the client was the reduction of preventable episodes, such as patient falls, post-procedural infections, staff lifting and other occupational injuries, and reduced length of stay for patients. 
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    October 2012 Member Project
    The Children’s Hospital Art Committee knew from the start they wanted the art program created for their Paramount Farms Plaza expansion to illustrate the importance of the San Joaquin Valley, and the produce grown there, to the rest of the world in a manner that would excite and involve children and local artists in the creation of a highly polished art program.
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    October 2012 Member Project
    Presbyterian Healthcare Services wanted to involve the community of Rio Rancho in the creation of an art program that not only visually established a connection to Sandoval County, but also reflected New Mexico’s rich culture. The art program was to reflect the new face of Presbyterian, elements of which would be implemented at their existing flagship downtown location to visually create “One Presbyterian”. Authenticity was paramount. 
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    October 2012 Member Project
    Art by Design — Distinctive Art Sourced collaborated with HDR to visually bring each intentionally designed building theme to life through art selection featuring original photography by selected artist, Henry Domke. HDR developed unique identifying design themes for the clinic and hospital buildings. 
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    October 2012 Member Project
    The new $92 million, 284,000 square foot Lemmen-Holton Cancer Pavilion is designed to serve as the hub for cancer care in the 13-county area served by Spectrum Health.  It is designed to provide a seamless continuum of care and features state-of-the-art clinical technology.
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    October 2012 Member Project
    The goal for this project was, "to provide world-class cancer care locally, in a center that is a  model community and university partnership, providing patients and families access to cutting-edge research and treatment protocols in a nurturing, compassionate, and hope-filled environment."
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    October 2012 Member Project
    The goal for this project is to include direct access from the neighboring parking deck, addressing staff needs and operational efficiencies by clustering services, including the flexibility to accommodate future needs, and creating a patient-friendly environment.