Mountain States Health Alliance DBA Johnson City Medical found that rubber flooring helped mitigate many of the concerns of choosing building materials for OR environments. Learn how the facility sustains the daily rigors of the operating room: high traffic, heavy tables, microscopes and high-stain chemicals such as methylene blue and betadine.
How do you test the effectiveness of a newly constructed space? For starters, see how it stands the test of time. Children’s of Alabama, the third largest pediatric hospital in the country, completed a new 760,000-square-foot addition two years ago.
When Willamette University officials sought to double the size of the campus fitness center, they turned to sustainable flooring as a building solution. Learn how the university met the challenge of expansion while maintaining LEED certified standards.
Architects at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital spent a day in wheelchairs to consider the needs of disabled patients at the center of the design experience. The result “…moves beyond compliance with the accommodation requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act,” said Paula Hereau, vice president of operations.
When you’re caring for 675 to 700 newborn patients each year, peace and quiet make a world of difference. And Covenant HealthCare’s Regional NICU made noise reduction a top priority in their recent $1 million renovation.