7,000 to 10,000 square feet | Hospital Design

7,000 to 10,000 square feet

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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Sep 01, 2006
After 50 years in one location, West Suburban Veterinary Associates is poised for 50 more years of success in a new facility with a meticulous floor plan and cutting-edge technology.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jul 01, 2006
A facility that includes regional architectural elements and projects warmth and southern hospitality, Crossroads Animal Clinic in Houston is an example of what you can achieve with design.
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VETERINARY HOSPITAL DESIGN: Jan 01, 2006
For 34 years, the doctors at Gunbarrel Veterinary Clinic in Boulder, Colo., cared for pets out of an old farmhouse. The building consisted of two exam rooms, a cramped treatment area, and a noisy kennel that shared a wall with an exam room.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Nov 01, 2005
Pet Medical Center of San Antonio doesn't abide by many design rules, which suits this practice crew perfectly. A creative approach helped this doctor create a comfortable, convenient hospital for clients, patients, and staff members.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Oct 01, 2005
The key goals: A modern design that reflects the state-of-the-art specialty care the team provides. A good experience for visiting clients. And a facility that's comfortable for team members—and makes them proud.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Mar 01, 2005
Clearly separating practice functions set the tone for VCA Arroyo Animal Hospital--and created a unique design feature. Then the design team added a superbly crafted 7,850 square-foot floor plan and thoughtfully chosen materials, securing the 2005 Veterinary Economics Hospital of the Year award.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Dec 01, 2004
After 34 years in an outdated building, this doctor decided to match the facility to the level of medicine he practiced. The result: Business doubled.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Nov 01, 2004
Combining history with innovation is a hallmark of New England. And Gardner Animal Care Center pays homage to that tradition by building its modern, high-tech veterinary hospital adjacent to a 233-year-old restored Massachusetts farmhouse.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Oct 01, 2004
The doctors spent years gathering recommendations from staff members and clients and noting desirable details in other veterinary and human hospitals. Yet the key reason for building a new facility was simply the need for more space, says Dr. Thomas Lassiter, hospital director and co-owner of Arboretum View Animal Hospital in Downers Grove, Ill.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jun 01, 2004
Setting goals for saving and developing a plan early helped these doctors develop the perfect new facility for West Park Animal Hospital just six inches away.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Feb 01, 2004
This doctor showed flexibility when her plans for Northeast Cat & Dog Hospital hit roadblocks erected by city engineers. And her patience, careful planning, and faith led her to a facility she says is "perfect."
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Nov 01, 2003
Building a spacious, staff-friendly hospital is the best advertisement for high-quality team members, say the owners of Eltham Central Veterinary Hospital.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Jul 01, 2003
The reasons for building new practices are as varied as the doctors who build them. Some want space for new services. Some want to reflect their medical style. Some want it all. Dr. Mark G. Romain, though, had a humble goal: to build a hospital with a functional floor plan.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: May 01, 2003
For years Dr. Susan M. Baker had heard colleagues and consultants tout the benefits of adding profit centers. But her old hospital just wasn’t big enough to add any more services. So in 1999, when she outgrew the facility she had leased since 1990, she started working on plans for a new hospital. At 6,200 square feet, her new facility offers space for the additional services she dreamed of offering.
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HOSPITAL DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: Mar 01, 2003
When Dr. Dermot Jevens, Dipl. ACVS, moved from Pittsburgh to Greenville, S.C., in 1997, he decided he needed to get to know the area before building a hospital. So he leased space for his specialty practice from an emergency clinic. Animal Emergency Clinic (AEC), owned by 37 shareholders, welcomed Dr. Jevens and Upstate Veterinary Specialists (UVS) into the AEC facility.