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posted April 19th, 2021 by E4H

Pesson to Speak at Healthcare Forum: Caring for the Caregiver
E4H's Renaldo Pesson joins IIDA NYC's panel discussion as they take a deeper dive into meeting the needs of and current challenges faced by caregivers in the clinical space. They look at past and current design ideas and implementations through the lens of the caregiver, caregiver therapist, and design professional. The discussion builds upon curre[...]

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Healthcare

posted April 12th, 2021 by E4H

Construction of Center of Excellence of Autism and Developmental Disorders in the News
Maine Behavioral Health Center of Excellence in Autism and Developmental Disorders is expected to open in August 2021. A first-of-its-kind facility is under construction in Westbrook, ME. The facility is aimed at offering physical and mental health resources for children and adults with autism. Watch the news video.[...]

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News

posted April 9th, 2021 by E4H

Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Department Opening
The first phase of The Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Department Redesign opened recently. According to The Mount Sinai Hospital, "The spaces embody new processes for patient care and represent a new future for the Mount Sinai Emergency Department."[...]

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Interior Design

posted April 7th, 2021 by E4H

Su Kim Joins E4H as Associate Partner
E4H welcomes Su Kim, CHID, NCIDQ, EDAC, IIDA, Associate Partner. Su brings 26 years of healthcare experience in a wide range of wellness environments creating evidence-based design, interior finish selections, FF&E selection, and specification writing. E4H recognizes Su's compassion and dedication as a healthcare designer and welcomes her to th[...]

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Culture

posted April 5th, 2021 by E4H

E4H Sponsors Women Can Do Conference
We are proud to sponsor the Women Can Do conference hosted by the Vermont Works for Women organization. This program provides high school students with an opportunity to explore STEM and other non-traditional career paths. Kylie Vitti, based in our Vermont office, shares about what inspired her to become an architect as part of the Virtual Women C[...]

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