Waiting Areas | Montefiore Hutch Ambulatory Care CenterAs Array mapped the touchpoints of the ambulatory center's various waiting spaces, clear wayfinding and clustered, intimate seating arrangements were studied at length. To lessen the stress and anxiety of arriving for a procedure, as well as waiting for a loved one during the procedure and recovery, we express directions and check-in locations clearly and beautifully. Our waiting spaces are arranged with comfort and quiet conversations in mind - with natural lighting, soothing artwork, a variety of seating options to choose from and amenities such as power outlets, charging stations, wifi and nourishment.
Pediatric Waiting Area | Montefiore Hutch Ambulatory Care CenterPatient expectations drive everything we do in the interior environment. In facilities with varied patient environments, it is important to imagine what each patient and family experience should feel like. Laura Morris, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, IIDA, Lean Green Belt, Principal and Senior Interior Designer with Array Architects, discusses the process of creating warm, welcoming family waiting areas, and collaborating with clinicians to design high-caliber, flexible exam rooms.
Click here (https://www.array-architects.com/projects/north-shore-long-island-jewish-health-system/) . Interior Design Standards.
The BIM Model Ruled the World | Montefiore Hutch Ambulatory Care CenterComplexities define this challenging ambulatory tower. In order to convert this planned hotel into a 12-story all-inclusive ambulatory medicine destination, the team had to envision how medical building codes –which can vary from residential codes immensely –
would affect the footings and piles already poured as well as the build time. The team’s early adoption and 100% commitment to building information modeling supported the highest level of coordination and model management. The BIM model ruled the world.