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'Thoughtful Design' From the Patient's Perspective

Q&A with George Tingwald, MD, AIA, the surgeon-architect who planned the new $2 billion Stanford Hospital.

Posted 02/03/21 | Post a comment

Building the Future of Outpatient Surgery

The ambulatory surgery community forges ahead to create and renovate new centers of surgical innovation in a challenging climate.

Posted 02/03/21 | Outpatient Surgery Editors | Post a comment

Work Backward When Outfitting for GI

Pay careful attention to the behind-the-scenes spaces during endoscopy-expansion efforts.

Posted 02/03/21 | Suraj S. Soudagar, MS, MBA, LEED AP | Post a comment

A Site for Sore Eyes

Our state-of-the-art surgery center is a one-stop-shop for cutting-edge ophthalmic care.

Posted 02/03/21 | Melanie Burgess, RN | Post a comment

Starting a Spine Center From Scratch

Timing, location and plenty of physician involvement ultimately dictate the success of the project.

Posted 02/03/21 | Danielle Bouchat-Friedman, Associate Editor | Post a comment

Outfitting for Ortho With Expansion in Mind

A group of surgeons recently opened a surgery center built for an influx of hip, knee and spine cases.

Posted 02/03/21 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

Florida's Finest

Manhattan's renowned Hospital for Special Surgery brings word-class orthopedic care to the Sunshine State.

Posted 02/03/21 | Jared Bilski | Post a comment

A Manhattan Masterpiece of Modern Design

Q&A with Suzen Heeley, IIDA, LEED, AP, healthcare interior designer and creator of surgery's neat new look.

Posted 02/19/20 | Post a comment

Equipped for Efficiency

Invest in technologies that keep your facility operating at full speed.

Posted 02/19/20 | Daniel Cook, Editor-in-Chief | Post a comment

It Takes a Total Team Effort

Lean on the advice of trusted professionals while planning and building a new facility.

Posted 02/19/20 | Amanda Mewborn | Post a comment

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