Healthcare Design in the Wake of COVID-19

As the world discusses how to reengage our society in the wake of COVID-19, healthcare facilities will be looking at key learnings from this time to better host the public in safe and effective ways now and in the future. There are many ways spaces within hospitals and other healthcare facilities can be modified to make them safer for patients and visitors. Focusing on solutions that don’t require a complete reinvention or major renovation of the facilities, healthcare design experts with Henderson Engineers & HKS discuss how infrastructure and building systems master planning will be invaluable in preparing healthcare facilities for future infectious disease response.

*This recording is for educational purposes only and is not valid for AIA credit.*

Written By
Mark Chrisman

Health Sector Executive | Client Relationship Director | Principal

Written By
Jake Katzenberger

Health Sector Technical Director | Associate


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