ED design needs to be re-imagined to create a process that segregates patients and moves them through quickly, despite the limited number of available doctors.
When it comes to choosing the right architectural solutions for healthcare buildings, flexibility and efficiency are key.
James Kelly shares two different, site- and community-specific projects that embrace residents' diversity, defy ageist stereotypes, and embed community connection and sense of place.
Hummingbird House is a state-of-the-art children's hospice with an empathic and human-centred design.
The long-term impact of COVID-19 will see architects required to include facilities to deal with pandemics in all future designs of healthcare facilities.
Parents, children and clinicians in Sunshine, in Melbourne's west, have enthusiastically welcomed the Lyons-designed Joan Kirner Women's and Children's Hospital.
Augmented Reality is helping to engage clinicians and staff in the design of their new healthcare facilities. Design Director, Alan Boswell, explains how.
The emotional and physical needs of patients, their loved ones and carers are at the heart of the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Inspired by similar centres in the US, the VCCC was designed to bring together world-class cancer research and treatment under one, beautifully designed roof.
Sleek, comfortable, Italian designed indoor and outdoor bench seating.
Drivers such as cost pressure on healthcare systems, rising patient volumes and demands from patients engaged in their own healthcare, together with advances in technology, are transforming the way care is delivered, creating a shift in what is required in clinical spaces.
As the health sector across Asia Pacific undergoes new challenges, we look to our A+D community to design solutions for tomorrow. Zenith Interiors have done just that!