April 7 & 8 2015 – Merritt Partner to present at Med-Ed Facilities Conference in Boston MA – Adaptive Reuse and Ambulatory Surgery Center Design
What do a roller rink and a supermarket have in common? As healthcare grows more decentralized, commercial spaces like these are being adapted for ambulatory care. That has been the case for Merritt Healthcare in its series of ambulatory surgery centers in Connecticut. In each instance they define the process; stick to the schedule; and use materials and resources strategically. Find the right site, with good access and attractive lease terms, and determine whether the building can support the program. If operational and clinical numbers align with the proposed plan, the package can be presented to stakeholders. In construction, be ready to deal with the unexpected, the price of fitting an ASC in an existing building. How can ASCs use design to convey quality while keeping to a budget? Paying attention to the patient’s arrival experience helps reinforce quality and the center’s brand.
William F. Mulhall, RN, CASC and Senior Partner with Merritt Healthcare Solutions is collaborating with Architect Gerard M. Georges, AIA from Shepley Bulfinch to present at Med-Ed Facilities 2015 Conference . The conference, titled The Healthcare and Educational Facilities Design and Construction Event for New England will take place on April 7 & 8, 2015 at Boston’s Seaport Hotel.
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