posted December 13th, 2019 by E4H
What You Should Know About Micro Hospitals
The following FAQs are a result of a presentation on Neighborhood Micro Hospitals at the PDC Summit 2019.
"How is a neighborhood micro hospital different from a critical access hospital?"
The answer draws from several different factors. Size wise, they are very similar.
• Often, they are both under 25 beds, but critical access[...]
posted December 10th, 2019 by E4H
Healthcare Designers Give Back to the Community
'Tis the season of giving! Architects and designers from E4H's Boston office collected over 20 gifts for families we sponsored through The Alternative House. The Alternative House offers emergency shelter, legal advocacy, and children's programming for victims of domestic violence.
posted December 9th, 2019 by E4H
E4Hcares Sponsors Angel Tree
In the spirit of holiday giving, the E4H office in Fort Worth sponsored a Salvation Army Angel Tree. This year's fundraising efforts yielded the team's largest donation to date. E4H contributed over $6,000 and provided gifts for 25 angels, plus a bag of toys and clothes for the forgotten angels.[...]
posted December 2nd, 2019 by E4H
Garcia Joins E4H as Business Development Director
Anne Marie Garcia joins E4H as Business Development Director in the Nashville, TN office. Prior to joining E4H, she was the owner and designer of an award-winning interior design studio based in Nashville. Anne Marie brings over a decade of experience in the architecture and fashion industry to E4H. Anne Marie has 2 years of healthcare interior des[...]
posted November 25th, 2019 by E4H
Thanksgiving Turkeys Delivered
E4H Vermont held their annual Turkey Drive donating 600lbs of turkeys, boxes of food, and grocery store gift cards to the local food bank. During the holidays the Vermont staff bundles up to shop and deliver the bounty to food banks eager to serve the local community.[...]