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With the unprecedented experiences of COVID-19, how we address infection control in our healthcare industry will be forever on our minds, but we must not lose sight of items that are important to the psychological health, safety and well-being of the individuals who occupy the spaces of mental health and treatment.
Healthcare design leader Tammy Felker, AIA, ACHA, RN, LEED AP BD+C, and managing partner Rich Dallam, FAIA, of the architectural firm NBBJ are on this edition of the BHE Podcast to discuss the role behavioral healthcare facility designs play in…
Instead of settling for an off-the-shelf solution, invest in a space that strikes a balance between feel, the needs of the patients and appropriate safety features.
The Right Step Houston in Texas and Washburn House in Massachusetts are adding beds this summer.
If you are among those who feel tile is too hazardous for use in a psychiatric unit, options abound for floor and wall finishes.
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