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posted September 18th, 2020 by E4H

E4H Promotes Emerging Leaders
Employees of E4H Environments for Health Architecture have always shown outstanding dedication to the company’s mission of improving the health and wellness of patients, staff, and communities. Their extraordinary devotion and commitment to elevating healthcare and health science could not be more evident than in the challenging world we live in [...]

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posted September 16th, 2020 by E4H

E4H Attends Howard University’s Virtual Job Fair
E4H is attending Howard University’s virtual job fair on Wednesday, September 16th.  Mytron Smith and Ivy Lane, Assoc. IIDA, from our Fort Worth office will be virtually hosting students and interviewing future interns. We’re excited to be able to meet and support future architects of diversity from Howard’s Architecture program.[...]

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E4Hspeaks

posted September 11th, 2020 by Jeff Schantz

Changing the Course of the Pandemic Through Design
Welcome to E4Hspeaks. E4H is committed to sharing useful information, ideas, and resources to help healthcare providers, clients, and colleagues through COVID-19. Host Lauren Homme talks to Health Science + Technology Director Jeff Schantz, AIA, NCARB. Jeff explains what we can do from a design standpoint to help change the course of the pandemic. [...]

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Acute Care

posted September 9th, 2020 by E4H

Northwest Medical Center Sahuarita Nearing Completion
Northwest Medical Center Sahuarita is under construction and scheduled to open this fall. Northwest Healthcare is excited to be serving the community soon. We're excited to be part of an incredible team. #healthiertucson #skilesgroup #healthcaredesign Read more.  [...]

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posted September 4th, 2020 by Anne Marie Garcia

Empathy in Architecture: Using Trauma-Informed Design to Promote Healing
An estimated 70 percent of adults in the United States have experienced a traumatic event at least once in their lives and up to 20 percent of these people will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). An estimated 5 percent of Americans - that’s more than 13 million people - are struggling with PTSD at any given time. Trauma can be desc[...]

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