Behavioral health, more than any other environment of care, presents the designer with the most difficult challenges to provide a nurturing and safe physical environment to enhance the care provided for these patients.
Healthcare designers and builders have very different deliverables related to a project, but they share the same common goal: to design and build things that matter and that may contribute to a positive experience when circumstances suggest otherwise.
Haskell Healthcare Division Leader Jim Eaton announced today the promotion of several key team members, as well as new team members recently added to the division. Teddy Mulamba has joined Haskell Healthcare from the Federal group. Teddy will be joining [...]
By Scott Cathey, Senior Plumbing Designer Reliable medical gas and vacuum systems are at the pinnacle of patient care. They provide life-supporting gases that are crucial for the proper treatment of patients in critical care areas. The ongoing operation and [...]
By Chris Richardson, Client Executive The number of ambulatory surgical centers (ASC) is increasing exponentially as providers and payers work to reduce the costs of healthcare. According to a recent report, more than half of outpatient procedures were performed in [...]
By Allen Smith, Senior Mechanical Engineer Preventing infections is a challenge in any emergency department. In particular, communicable infections like tuberculosis, measles, and influenza can be spread through airborne pathogens, putting patients at risk. EDs need to consider how their [...]
By David Martin, AIA, LEED AP - Director of Architecture Projects, like people, are all unique in their own way. One might conclude that because FreemanWhite specializes in healthcare architectural design our projects and their deliveries are more similar than [...]