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MKM Architecture + Design Elevates Andrew Mitchell to Principal

Andrew Mitchell, AIA, ACHA, has recently been elevated to principal at MKM architecture + design. Since joining MKM in 2009, Mitchell’s professional practice has focused on the evolution of healthcare and community health. Read More …

New Jersey Cancer Center Embraces Natural Elements

A former ACME supermarket in Moorestown, New Jersey has been rezoned and repurposed — transforming into the new 48,000-square-foot Virtua Samson Cancer Center. The project team included FCA, P. Agnes, Inc. and O’Donnell & Naccarato.

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Adaptive Reuse Underway from Multiplex to Medical in Goodyear

PMB plans to complete work this spring for a challenging, adaptive reuse project, converting a 50,000-square-foot 1980’s-era multiplex movie theater into a modern medical facility. Read More …

Resuscitating Buildings for Healthcare with Adaptive Reuse

Facing decreasing reimbursements and increasing costs, health systems are scrambling to find competitive advantages through improved services provided at a lower cost. Concurrently, medical advancements have reduced trauma and recovery for many procedures and have shifted services once firmly considered as inpatient procedures to the outpatient environment. Read More …

Ambulatory Healthcare Real Estate Strategies

By Adrian Hagerty

“Location, Location, Location.” For years, real estate moguls have uttered this phrase to express the most important factor in determining the value of any given property or business venture. Increasingly, this same concept is resonating within the ambulatory healthcare market, as consumers demand convenient access and speed of service delivery when it comes to satisfying their basic healthcare needs. Read More …

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