EAMC Spencer Cancer Center - Ambulatory Care Award Winner
The Center Celebrates the 2020 Healthcare Environment Award Recipients
Concord, CA – The Healthcare Environment Awards recognize how design can improve safety, enhance experiences, increase organizational efficiency and improve any number of outcomes. This year's award categories included:
Acute (Inpatient) Care Facilities
Ambulatory (Outpatient) Care Facilities
COVID Response Acute Care Facilities
Student Design Work
An expert panel consisting of key industry stakeholders — academics, architects, designers, healthcare executives, planners, facility executives, patient and family advisors, and researchers — reviewed each submission.
The Center for Health Design, in partnership with Healthcare Design magazine, will celebrate the 2020 Healthcare Environment Awards recipients at HCD Virtual on November 12, from 12:30 - 2:30 PM Eastern.
"This year's winners were truly remarkable in both the quality of the project but also in the depth of thought given to how design can optimize the patient experience and improve other outcome," stated Debra Levin, Hon. FASID, EDAC, President and CEO, The Center for Health Design.
Acute Care Winner: Mercyhealth, Javon Bea Hospital and Physicians Clinic — Riverside, AECOM
Acute Care Honorable Mention: Banner University Medical Center Tucson, Shepley Bulfinch
COVID-Response Acute Care Winner: STAAT Mod, HGA + The Boldt Company
COVID-Response Acute Care Honorable Mention: McCormick Place Alternative Care Facility, Stantec Architecture
Ambulatory Care Winner: Spencer Cancer Center, East Alabama Medical Center, TRO Jung | Brannen
Ambulatory Care Honorable Mention: Kaiser Permanente Clairemont Mesa Medical Offices, ARCHITECTS Hanna Gabriel Wells
Student Winner for Post-Graduate Project: Transitional Model for Stroke Rehabilitation Clinics | Maja Kevdzija, Technische Universität Dresden, Faculty of Architecture
Student Winner for Graduate Project: NOLA Behavioral Health Inpatient Facility | Samia Mansour, The University of Kansas, Department of Architecture
Student Honorable Mention for Graduate Project: Zero-conflict emergency department: An evidence-based approach to improve communication and teamwork within an ED | Seyedehnastaran Hashemi, Texas Tech University
Student Honorable Mention for Graduate Project: Catena Healthworks | Ravideep Singh and Sharanya Reddy, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
The Healthcare Environment Awards are conferred each year at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference. This announcement was originally published by the Center for Health Design.