130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, California

A Case Study by ADITAZZ | AIA/CES Credits Available

In March of 2012, a hospital design created by ADITAZZ was chosen as one of two winning solutions for Kaiser Permanente's first-ever ‘Small Hospital, Big Idea' international design competition. The winning project successfully responded to the client request for a small hospital that provides a patient-centered healing environment with a near-zero energy impact on the environment while using the latest technology to improve quality and reduce costs.

This project represents a refreshingly innovative way to deliver exceptional, effective and accessible care in a small hospital. The 118-bed facility design is based on a core principle of crossing the boundary between local community and the traditional hospital setting to create a Community Center of Health that conveys a salutogenic sense of everyday life in a healing environment.

Official Website: http://www.designrealized.com/InnovativeHealthCare

Added by Tracie Simmons on September 10, 2012

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