Find SmithGroup at the following events at the 2018 Healthcare Design Conference in Phoenix, Arizona, November 10-13, 2018. Register through the conference website to attend the conference, and join our thought leaders for the tour and sessions detailed below.
Saturday, November 10 | 1:00 - 5:00 PM MT
T02 | Tour of Mountain Park Health Center/Mountain Park Health System
Mountain Park Health Center is a system of affordable care community clinics that help patients proactively manage their wellbeing, offering all the care they could need in a single place. The recently completed Tempe Clinic fulfills the system’s mission of whole-patient care for the entire family but also offers public amenities to the surrounding community. Join SmithGroup designers for a tour to learn more about how we transformed a former boat dealership into a thriving clinic that Fast Company recently recognized as a winner in their Innovation by Design awards.
Monday, November 12 | 3:30 - 4:30 PM MT | North 227 BC
E55 | How to Save the World One Code at a Time
with Kirsten Waltz
A presentation with DSGW Architect’s Rebecca Lewis on the "big four" codes impacting healthcare design and construction: The International Building Code, FGI Guidelines, NFPA99, and the Life Safety code (NFPA 101).
Monday, November 12 | 4:45 - 5:45 PM MT | 225 AB
E64 | Everything but the Exam Room Sink: Creating a Healthy Community Asset
with Craig Passey and Lyle Steely
Hear lessons learned on the community input process the lead to unique design solutions for the Mountain Park Health Center in Tempe, Arizona. Presented with Michelle Herndandez and Rachel Lambert of Mountain Park Health Center.
Tuesday, November 13 | 8:15 - 9:15 AM MT | North 125 AB
I17 | Clinicians Involved in Healthcare Design: Strategies, Resources and Research
with Joyce Durham
This roundtable discussion, in collaboration with Kay Rademacher LLC, will examine the challenges and opportunities of clinicians and the clinical voice in the design process. Brainstorm with other attendees about research studies that are needed to address key issues in healthcare design.
Tuesday, November 13 | 8:15 - 9:15 AM MT | North 231 C
E80 | Comprehensive Enterprise Care Models: Leveraging a Multi-Campus Strategic Master Plan
with Chai Jayachandran and David King
A case study of how Scripps Health has embarked upon a multi-campus master plan for 2.8 million square feet. Presented with Bruce Rainey of Scripps Health and Issam Khalaf of Jacobs Engineering.
Tuesday, November 13 | 1:15 - 2:15 PM MT | North 227 BC
E95 | Frankenstein Your Outpatient Design: Navigating the 2018 FGI Guidelines
with Kirsten Waltz
The 2018 FGI Guidelines include a standalone document for outpatient facilities for the first time. This presentation will review examples of applying these new guidelines to multi-specialty or “Frankenstein” clinics, presented in collaboration with John Williams of the Washington State Department of Health.
Tuesday, November 13 | 1:15 - 2:15 PM MT | North 221 BC
E96 | Fixing the ED: A New Model for the Low-Acuity Patient
with Shary Adams and Diana Araoz-Fraser
Presented with Marge Smith and Tonia Burnette of the Johns Hopkins Health System, learn about an innovative low-acuity bay concept developed for the front end of the Johns Hopkins emergency department.
Tuesday, November 13 | 2:30 - 3:30 PM MT | North 122 AB
I24 | Can We Make This Safer? Design-Build for a Highly Reliable Organization (HRO)
with Bonnie Khang-Keating and Pilar Mendez
When embarking on a 197,000-square-foot hospital tower, Sharp Healthcare sought to incorporate key building blocks of HRO into the design-build process. Hear experiences and best practices from the team, including Gregg Zoll and Matthew Teichner of Sharp Healthcare.