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New Center for Children’s Health Breaks Ground in Flint to Serve Community’s Long-Term Recovery Needs

The Genesee Health System and the Greater Flint Mental Health Facilities Inc. have recently broken ground on a new GHS Center for Children’s Integrated Services building. The mental and physical health treatment center will Read More …

Looking Back, Planning Ahead: Innovative Healthcare Trends to Watch in 2021 + Beyond

The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic forced healthcare facilities to make rapid changes to their infrastructure and healthcare delivery system, and E4H responded as a think tank to stimulate innovative solutions for the trends anticipated in the coming years, including the following. But first, let’s take a quick look back at 2020 trends. Read More …

Bay Pines VA Opens New Mental Health Facility

ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA – The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to open its new Mental Health Center. Built by Archer Western and joint venture partner DeMaria Building Company, the 155,000-square-foot facility consolidates mental health programs and services into one centralized location. Read More …

Three Trends Shaping Healthcare Facility Design in Germany

It’s no secret: The healthcare industry is undergoing rapid and transformational change. Whether it’s policy changes, new models of care or technology advances, the only constant is change and it’s happening all around the world. While change is inevitable, it’s important to remember that organizations, communities and countries must design for their unique end-users, resulting in vast design differences across the globe. Read More …

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation’s Design Approach to Behavioral Health

Putting home in healing

As treatment for behavioral and mental health issues continues to gain awareness and acceptance, so has the need for outpatient clinics and residential facilities to be less institutional and more welcoming, respectful interior environments.

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Designing for Dignity: Evolving approaches to planning behavioral health facilities

Clinical approaches to diagnosing and treating behavioral health and mental illness have been evolving over the past 20 years with ongoing improvements in treatment and medications. Often a misunderstood disease, mental illness is slowly losing its social stigma through greater public awareness and education. Read More …

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