Articles by Amanda Wolfe, Associate Editor - Hospital Design
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Amanda Wolfe, Associate Editor


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Pouncey Tract Veterinary Hospital in Glen Allen, Va.
April 1, 2008

Dr. Brad Zubowsky had a plan to own two hospitals ...

2008 Hospital of the Year: Surrounding businesses
March 7, 2008

The neighbors help create an image. Photos by Jessica Castillon.

2008 Hospital of the Year: Traffic-flow system
March 7, 2008

This flashy system helps the team communicate without saying a word. Photos by Jessica Castillon.

2008 Hospital of the Year: Staff lounge, lockers, mailboxes (pdf)
March 7, 2008

Include just-for-team-member features in your new hospital. Photos by Jessica Castillon and Stephen M. Pullen.

2008 Hospital of the Year: The grass is greener
March 1, 2008

Dr. Charles Pullen first heard the news from his daughter Lindsey.

Under one roof
February 1, 2008

Before, Drs. Scott McLelland and Charles Sleeth practiced in an 1,800-square-foot facility with a thriving boarding service, but they needed a new space. The building couldn't accommodate their growing practice—and the boarding facility was located across the parking lot with its own receptionist, separate from the clinic.

An oasis of tranquility
January 1, 2008

Dr. Gary Gallerstein knows that when clients bring their pets to the veterinarian, they're stressed out—and so are the pets.

A clear advantage
December 1, 2007

Moving from a 3,500-square-foot facility to an 8,500-square-foot facility allowed Dr. Scott Linick, FAVD, to merge with another practice, hire two doctors, and add 7,000 new patients to his team's workload.

New hospital reuses, recycles from the old
November 1, 2007

Temporary space, recycled materials, and the passing away of a family member: How one family pulled through and triumphed with their Hospital Design Merit Award winner.

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