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Role of the Built Environment in Disaster Preparedness

Posted by Dennis Robert on Nov 02, 2017

Recently, our country and our neighbors have seen an increase in emergent situations and the tax these crises can have on our healthcare system. Hurricanes Harvey, Maria and Nate have certainly.....READ MORE

Topics: Disaster, disaster preparedness, built environment, patient care

Lessons Learned From Hurricane Sandy - An Architect's Perspective

Posted by Guest Contributor on Apr 24, 2013

Just a little over five months ago, we witnessed immense devastation to the New York City area due to Hurricane Sandy

Sandy came just one year after Hurricane Irene and quickly became the largest.....READ MORE

Topics: planning, architecture, Disaster, healthcare design, new york city, Storm, disaster preparedness, Hurricane Sandy, nyc, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, hospital design

The Importance of a Disaster Preparedness Plan

Posted by Guest Contributor on Mar 21, 2013

When a disaster occurs, hospitals must remain operational to support patients and staff so it is critical that they are built to withstand natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods

By many.....READ MORE

Topics: planning, architecture, Disaster, building codes, healthcare design, Florida, Storm, disaster preparedness, Hurricane Sandy, exterior design, architects, continuous improvement, healthcare, hospital design

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