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2014 Veterinary Hospital of the Year: Fostering a family feel

March 1, 2014

Some might say bigger veterinary clinics seem impersonal, but the cozy design of this Hospital of the Year helps clients and pets feel right at home.

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Divide and conquer your veterinary hospital

November 1, 2012

Splitting the PetCare Veterinary Hospital in Santa Rosa, Calif., in two led to more growth and better veterinary client service.

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Raising the bar in sports medicine

October 1, 2010

Not content with a nice veterinary facility, these doctors built Veterinary Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Group to rival the best in human medicine.

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Putting a personal stamp on practice

May 1, 2010

This doctor focused on designing for team comfort—knowing that better patient care would be the result.

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2010 Hospital of the Year—Specialty: A friendly giant

March 1, 2010

At first glance, Red Bank Veterinary Hospital in Tinton Falls, N.J., seems like an intimidating behemoth of a building. Look inside, though, and you'll find an efficient layout and a helpful staff ready to provide top-notch care for pets.

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"A dream home ... at work"

December 1, 2009

Catering to cancer patients and their owners, this doctor designed a facility that welcomes clients into a homey environment—with all the technology of a specialty oncology practice.

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Interactive floor plan: California Veterinary Specialists

February 5, 2009

Check out this floor plan from a 2008 Hospital Design Merit Award winner. The three views of this Carlsbad, Calif., hospital include the base floor plan, traffic flow, and zoning.

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Meeting of the minds

September 1, 2008

Planning, practice, and attention to detail make this Campbell, Calif., multi-location specialty practice stand out. And they're not done yet.

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Michigan Veterinary Specialists in Southfield, Mich.

May 1, 2008

Dr. Dan Lorimer, DACVO, wanted his specialty practice to look professional. For that, he needed respectable neighbors. To attract those neighbors, he bought six acres and built a 40,000-square-foot building—which was not his hospital.

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