Design for Ambulatory Care

Our teams create environments aligned
with how the clinicians of tomorrow are trained,
combined with healthcare’s new models of consumerism.

Our philosophy

The continuing shift to ambulatory settings for patient care is the result of the confluence of expanding capability, enabling technology, economics, consumer demand and opportunity.

Consumers are expecting better ways to access care, and more control over their experience—while health systems are seeking new ways to deliver these experiences while improving quality and outcomes.

Opportunities for new ambulatory solutions arise through a combination of strategic business planning, sophisticated operational planning, an increased awareness of the importance of patient experience, and creative facility approaches.

Our ambulatory experts employ both data and market-driven strategies—identifying industry trends and projecting future directions. In tune with what is on the horizon for the healthcare industry, our teams create environments in accordance with the how the clinicians of tomorrow are trained combined with healthcare’s new models of consumerism.

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Leadership
Michael Pukszta
AIA
Jocelyn Stroupe
CHID, EDAC, IIDA, ASID
Susan Silverman
MSN, MBA
James Case

We'd love to hear from you.

Let’s talk.

Chris Soria
Marketing Strategist, Health
646.862.7563

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