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Community Engagement: Why Some Hospital Art Programs Continue to Grow

Successful art programs can engage the community long after opening day. A well-developed art program expands hospital boundaries and makes the most of internal and external resources by establishing ongoing relationships within the community.   With added value becoming the standard expectation, new and replacement hospitals seek opportunities to sustain opening day interest and [...]
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Art Program at TriPoint Medical Center Enhances Healing Environment

Hospital Features Works of Local Artists Selected to Support Evidence Based Design Concord Township, Ohio – March 3, 2010 When Lake Health set out to build the 300,000 square-foot TriPoint Medical Center, they made a commitment to the community to redefine healthcare. Among their top priorities was to create a healing environment designed to promote [...]
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How to Avoid Change Orders When Designing Feature Art Elements

As an interior designer in the healthcare industry, you are well aware of the many challenges and obstacles involved in delivering a high quality interiors project on time and within budget.  You anticipate the unexpected: The subcontractor who destroys your feature wall by installing thermostats or fire extinguishers. The discovery that the monumental sculpture was [...]
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Hillcrest Baptiste Medical Center Women’s and Children’s Hospital art program involves community and reflects faith based ministry

Healthcare Design Magazine, May 2009
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