Healthcare design that improves operations, human experience + the healing process
In the ever-changing healthcare environment, EUA combines current research with decades of architectural design experience and engineering to create operationally focused, financially viable healthcare design. Our repeat clients choose to partner with us for our expert advice, problem-solving skills and creative healthcare planning and design solutions. From small pharmacy renovations to ground-up clinics to large hospital renovations, we understand the needs of healthcare organizations, making the best utilization of resources while attaining a result that supports a flexible long-range vision, always designing with our healthcare clients, providers and their patients in mind.
Ed Anderson, MBA, EDAC
Healthcare Market Leader
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Healthcare Design Markets
Our approach links your goals with future focused planning integrating flexibility to support the vision for today and years to come. Creating a comprehensive strategy to analyze everything from campus utilization and real estate to sustainability.
The programming and planning stage is a balancing act looking out for the safety of users, function for healthcare staff and needs of patients and families with the financial expenditure and day-to-day operations.
Micro hospitals are full-scaled hospitals scaled down to a smaller setting often 10,000 - 20,000 sq ft in size. This type of hospital is great for quick geographic expansion and lean staffing allowing for greater efficiency and return on investment.
At their core, Healthcare facilities are created to serve their communities and we are passionate about providing innovative human-centered design that supports patient experience and satisfaction by creating facilities where patients feel welcomed.
By incorporating a variety of research strategies into our process, we produce evidence-based designs that support successful project outcomes for our clients which could result in cost savings and a higher rate of satisfaction by the occupants.
With 76% of Americans seeing mental health as equally important to physical health (Advisory Board, 2019), demand is on the rise for integrated services in primary care and clinics and healing, home-like behavioral health inpatient units.
Understanding the importance of code in healthcare design, we set an architectural industry standard through our seasoned team of architects that not only know these codes, but also help write them.
Almost 10% of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States come from the healthcare sector, with about 1/3 of those emissions coming from hospitals. With around the clock operations and high air change requirements, hospitals are extremely energy in…