Tiny Hospitals Project Hefty Earnings

posted November 14th, 2017 in Publication

by Rod Booze

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Indianapolis Business Journal recently published a story on microhospitals. It includes a quote from Rod Booze, AIA, ACHA, Partner, “Tiny hospitals project hefty earnings”.

They can bring health services closer and closer to a consumer, in a convenient setting,” said Rod Booze, an architect and principal with E4H Architecture in Dallas, which has designed 28 micro-hospitals in Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, and Ohio. “They’re usually not in a congested urban area.

Rod will be speaking at the 2017 November HCD Conference in Orlando.

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About Rod Booze

AIA, NCARB, ACHA, Partner

Rod is a managing partner of E4H and partner in charge of the E4H Texas office, focusing on master planning and the design of flexible and multi-disciplinary spaces. With more than 30 years of healthcare design experience, Rod’s innovative concepts improve operational models, accelerate master plans, and reduce the cost of healthcare facilities.

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rbooze@e4harchitecture.com

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