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posted February 25th, 2021 by E4H

Empathy in Architecture

Empathy in Architecture written by Anne Marie Garcia was published in the January/February 2021 issue of Medical Construction & Design Magazine (MCD). Garcia advocates using trauma-informed design to promote healing. Read Article. [...]

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4wrd

posted February 22nd, 2021 by E4H

Tellez to Moderate Panel Discussion hosted by National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives

Julissa Tellez, AAIA, EDAC, Senior Associate, will be moderating a panel discussion Unpacking Untold Truths: The Stories of Coming to America, hosted by the National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives. The event which takes place on International Women’s Day 3.8.21, includes a Keynote Sp[...]

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E4Hcares

posted February 19th, 2021 by E4H

E4Hcares Dallas Kicks Off Initiative for Homeless Recovery Center

The Dallas office ramps up their 2021 E4Hcares with an initiative to help and engage a community center in need. The Bridge, a local homeless recovery center is open 24/7 and offers basic needs services such as hot showers, nutritious meals, haircuts as well as intensive services (physical/mental[...]

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Acute Care

posted February 12th, 2021 by E4H

Mary Washington Healthcare Stafford Hospital Cardiac Cath Lab Ribbon Cutting

Mary Washington Healthcare Stafford Hospital recently celebrated the opening of their $2.5M Cath Lab with a virtual ribbon cutting. E4H is honored to play a role in expanding access to care for the Stafford community. Watch Video. Read more about the project.[...]

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Healthcare

posted February 10th, 2021 by E4H

Kettering Health Network to Build Springfield Facility

Kettering Health Network is building a new medical facility in Springfield, OH to enhance the level of care and availability to the community. The one-story, 42,000SF building includes a 24/7 emergency room, outpatient services including lab and imaging services, and medical offices for primary c[...]

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