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“I am focused on the value of wellness and prevention. As an architect, I want to empower others to do the same.”
Kwang Lee, AIA, LEED AP, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt


As healthcare and its reimbursement structure shift focus to wellness and prevention rather than illness and treatment, there has been a significant increase in the number of integrated wellness centers. These centers have traditionally included space for exercise and aquatics. Newly designed centers for wellness seek improved outcomes and optimized assets for patients and providers through collaboration, resource sharing, and a more comprehensive and holistic approach to care. Moving beyond conventional exercise programs, new centers become competitive service lines for health networks by bringing together physician practices, diagnostics, health coaching and education, and total mind body fitness.

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