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Christopher Naughton, AIA, a specialist in the design of health care facilities and an advocate for patients and their families, has joined Ratcliff as a senior medical planner.
A recent addition to the Eppstein Uhen Architects Inc. team, Jeff Holzhauer brings more than 22 years of hospital design experience to his new position as senior project manager at the company.
Acuity Brands introduces the new color-changing Parata RGB LED luminaires from Winona.
Linen Rack Cover
Heavy-duty laundry cart covers from laundry product supplier Tingue, Brown & Co., are manufactured from rugged, waterproof, vinyl-coated nylon to protect clean linens from theft and damage.
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CHARLESTOWN, Mass. — Two weeks after the Boston Marathon bombing, the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital opened just in time to care for victims.
For today’s mission critical hospitals, in which 24/7/365 efficient systems operation is impera-tive, commissioning life safety, emergency power, mechanical, electrical and plumbing sys-tems are particularly crucial.
Avatars Enlisted to Track Patient Progress
SAN MATEO, Calif. — As the demand for health care rises, more medical facilities are turning to technology to pick up the slack.
NY Facilities Launch Emergency Tracking System
ALBANY, N.Y. — After evaluating evacuation procedures during Hurricane Sandy, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on June 5 the launch of a statewide emergency tracking system to track patients during an emergency evacuation.
NJ Medical Center to Start Energy Project
BAYONNE, N.J. — The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) recently approved a $950,000 rebate for the Bayonne Medical Center’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) project, which will allow the acute-care hospital to generate most of the facility’s hot water, cooling and electricity, and run independently off the grid.
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