Orcutt Winslow
Health + Wellness: Defining Your Vision

Health + Wellness: Defining Your Vision

  • What do you have? What do you need? How do you get there?

    These are the important questions.

    Development of a new medical campus provides a unique “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity. A new facility should be supportive of your mission and designed for the flexibility and ease of expansion to rapidly change and expand as the delivery to continue to meet your needs over the next decade and beyond.

  • Space Program

    Since the budget for the project drives the decision-making process in a significant way, our team will work with you to develop a space program to quickly test scenarios for varying levels of scope. A program is designed so the key planning units can be changed, and the departmental programs are automatically adjusted proportionally.

    During our early planning and scope sessions, the project team will review scenarios in an interactive manner. We believe that a collaborative approach with the entire project team will allow us to find the most efficient scope & solutions while still planning for the future.

  • Planning for Adaptability

    The new facility and campus will be required to adapt and change as healthcare needs in your community evolve over the next several decades of facility life. We can design the facility now for easier expansion and renovation to occur in the future.

    The surgical and interventional environments can be some of the most expensive and logistically difficult areas of the hospital to renovate. They are also the service areas that experience the most rapid-change in technologies and design and patient-care innovations – such that a flexible, easy-to-adapt design module can offer cost savings now in deferred improvements that do not need to occur now (and hard to predict) but allows them to occur in the future when the need is better defined.