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Design

posted August 5th, 2019 by E4H

Inpatient Design Case Study: UVM Medical Center Miller Building

E4H completed the master plan, design and implementation of the in University of Vermont Medical Center inpatient bed replacement which opened in 2019. The new design includes four inpatient floors and 128 private rooms. Each private patient room was designed with a medical/surgical telemetry bed[...]

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Healthcare

posted June 27th, 2019 by E4H

Podcast: The Changing Face of Healthcare Design

Tune in to E4H's Lisa Bonnet and host Cheryl Janis, as they explore the heartwarming human stories of how design can provide hope and healing for patients and their families, growing hospitality-influenced design trends, consumer desires, new support care models, the latest technology, and the big i[...]

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Design

posted April 22nd, 2019 by Nan Schramm

Energy Savings for Today’s Healthcare Environment

Hospitals require a large amount of energy to support daily operations on a 24/7 basis. Daily operations include critical systems and medical equipment, as well as supporting the patient experience. Previously, when a hospital attempted to reduce energy consumption, they would focus on back of house[...]

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Culture

posted April 10th, 2019 by E4H

E4H Takes 2nd Place at IIDA Fashion Show

The theme of this year’s IIDA Dallas Fashion Show was A Royal Affair. Each group was assigned a character and a team. Once the team was identified, we jumped into concept design. The team created a lot of concept photos and sketches. Once we had a solid concept, we engaged in several discussio[...]

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Interior Design

posted March 22nd, 2019 by E4H

Best in Healthcare Awarded

Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Jack Byrne Center for Palliative & Hospice Care won the Best in Healthcare category, at the 2019 IIDA New England Design Awards. The judges selected E4H’s entry due to a “warm, safe, and thoughtful design creating a space that felt more like a home than a hospice”.[...]

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