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.
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 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 [...]
Many emergency departments (EDs) care for the types of detained patients who require a legal blood draw to validate alcohol intoxication levels, or who sustain injuries from an altercation. However, a select group of emergency departments service a substantial [...]
“Security presence” in the emergency department can be as simple as an officer sitting in a chair at the greeter desk. Or it can be as involved as a metal detector, a canine team, and ambulance patient wanding. The [...]