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posted February 19th, 2020 by E4H

4wrd Diversity in Design Scholarship

*** The application period for this scholarship is closed, E4H received many compelling submissions. We look forward to announcing the scholarship recipient.*** With a commitment to supporting diversity and academic excellence, E4H works to improve diversity in the field of healthcare design and [...]

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Publication

posted April 3rd, 2020 by Jeff Schantz

Applying Lessons Learned from 9/11 Biodefense Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

Healthcare Facilities Today features an article by Jeff Schantz, AIA, NCARB, Director of Health Sciences + Technology. The special looks at applying the lessons learned from 9/11 biodefense response to the COVID-19 pandemic. How has this strategy worked for this pandemic and how should we adjust our[...]

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posted March 3rd, 2020 by E4H

National Association for Behavioral Healthcare Annual Meeting

See you there! March 16-18, 2020 - Mandarin Oriental Washington, DC. The 2020 Annual Meeting will feature sessions on a variety of issues affecting the US behavioral healthcare industry, with a special emphasis on the barriers to providing and access care. This event has been cancelled.  NABH[...]

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Culture

posted March 3rd, 2020 by E4H

4wrd: Building a Culture of Inclusion & Diversity

E4H Environments for Health Architecture  is dedicated to supporting the success and growth of diversity in leadership roles and ensuring equitable treatment of employees throughout the firm. 4wrd is our initiative “for women, resolve, and diversity” with the goal of increasing diverse leadersh[...]

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posted March 1st, 2020 by E4H

Ribbon-Cutting at Mary Washington Hospital

Mary Washington Hospital celebrated the opening of new cardiac labs in Fredericksburg, VA. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of new electrophysiology and catheterization labs was held by the hospital's cardiac unit. Read More[...]

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