3,500 to 6,999 square feet | Hospital Design

3,500 to 6,999 square feet

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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Oct 01, 2006
Using two historic buildings and a modern design, this hospital successfully honors the past, while stepping into the future.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Jun 01, 2006
Two detail-oriented doctors, technological advances, and a tight floor plan combine at Harden Ranch Veterinary Hospital. The result: 10 pounds of practice in an 8-pound space.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Apr 01, 2006
The goal: Build a facility big enough to accommodate future growth without losing the small-practice feel. The result: Alexandria Veterinary Clinic PetCare Center in Alexandria, Minn., a warm practice that's built to last.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Feb 01, 2006
Dr. Tim McAughan, a 1978 graduate of Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine, is no stranger to buying and building facilities. In 1985, he started a practice in a retail center, then moved it to a new facility. In 1997, he bought a second practice in a retail center in Spring, Texas. That, too, needed a freestanding home, he says.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jul 01, 2005
Combining three pieces of land let the owners of Animal Clinic East achieve three design goals: to increase the number of exam rooms, develop a facility they could show off to clients, and build in comfortable workspaces for team members.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jan 01, 2005
Dividing medical and ancillary services into two separate-but-connected buildings allows the team at Intermountain Pet Hospital and Pet Lodge to focus on the tasks at hand and project a more professional image.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: May 01, 2004
A new design that emphasizes natural light and delivers a commanding presence in the neighborhood led to a 40 percent increase in business for the 5,750-square-foot Century Veterinary Group in Los Angeles.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jan 01, 2004
Asking clients for input and allowing staff members to plan the new facility made for a winning combination at Magrane Pet Medical Center.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Dec 01, 2003
Stumbling on the ideal property brought Dr. Kenneth Haynes' plans to build a spacious, comfortable hospital to a natural fruition.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Sep 01, 2003
Renovating an empty two-story building across the street helped this feline practice attract clients, which boosted practice revenue and helped improve the quality of care Dr. Diane Steinberg offered.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jun 01, 2003
Building a hospital is usually an effort of love—and a project you expect to enjoy for years. But Dr. Frank A. Klimitas built his new hospital, a historic building renovation, because of business needs rather than to fulfill a dream.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Dec 01, 2002
I always knew I wanted to own a practice, but I never guessed that the perfect location would be a strip mall," says Dr. Jean M. Oberg, owner of My Animal Hospital of North Dover in Toms River, N.J. "In 1984, I started cutting hospital design articles out of Veterinary Economics, and when it came time to build, I had hundreds of designs."
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Apr 01, 2002
Drs. Buddy Smith and Benet Sandell started their building project reluctantly. Although they had contemplated renovating or rebuilding before relocating, a big push from a road project forced Hill Country Veterinary Hospital to build on a new site on the outskirts of Austin, Texas, 1/2-mile from their previous site. Today they practice in a 3,100-square-foot, award-winning facility.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Feb 01, 2002
When he moved his practice from the converted home it had occupied for 42 years, Dr. Rickey Broussard wanted to maintain the comfortable feel of the practice by building a facility that resembled Grandma’s house. And judges of Veterinary Economics’ 2001 Hospital Design competition agree that the homey front porch with brick accents gives the facility’s dramatic entrance and lofty ceilings the warm appeal Dr. Broussard strived for.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jan 01, 2002
From the butterfly garden to the rattan furniture, the high-touch environment at Chico Hospital for Cats in Chico, Calif., reflects the emphasis on client comfort and reassures clients that team members treat their cats with dignity.