Welcome to our Clinician-Centered Design blog series, where we showcase guidance and design strategies to mitigate staff burnout, promote well-being and quantify the impact design solutions. Start from the beginning of this series here.  |  This blog was co-authored by Hannah Berman and Lisa Lipschutz. The interactions at the start of a physician office visit […]

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With the goal of creating a strong unit identity, Array’s design team was inspired by the many different environments in the Washington, DC area. The team presented theming options of an urban cityscape; the gardens of the US National Botanical Gardens and Hillwood gardens; and, a water theme representing the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay. […]

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While all of our designs affect healthcare, not all are the typical ‘face’ of healthcare – an emergency department expansion, a new physician’s office or an outpatient surgery center. Some of our spaces most patients will never experience. I am part of a team that is designing an off-campus clinical laboratory, which will process thousands […]

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From as early as I can remember, I was designing. Whether it was creating decoupage plates with magazine clippings or rearranging the furniture in my room on a bi-weekly basis, I was always trying to make spaces and objects look and feel better. Growing up, I followed my mother around as she went to every […]

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