First of its Kind: An Inside Look at Cooper University Hospital’s Acute Stroke and Neuro Interventional Suite

Posted by Herman Agoyo on Mar 29, 2024

Cooper University Hospital is a leading academic health system and operates one of the busiest level-1 trauma centers in its region. When Cooper engaged Array to design its Acute Stroke and Neuro.....READ MORE

Topics: neurointerventional radiology, emergency department design

Leveraging Prefabrication to Save Time and Cost

Posted by Tim Nichols on Mar 27, 2023

Contributors to this article include Laura Jensen and David Artman, Principals at Array. 

Many healthcare projects face extreme budget fatigue with the economic challenges created by rising inflation.....READ MORE

Topics: prefabrication

Exterior Design Feature: Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Mental Health Tower

Posted by Kent Doss on Oct 06, 2022

Co-authored by Marc Mendoza, a Lead Designer at Array

When you exit the US-58 Midtown tunnel by car in Norfolk, VA, there it is: the gleaming, angular, striking exterior of Children’s Hospital of the.....READ MORE

Topics: Exterior Design

Design Feature: Doylestown Hospital Outpatient Pavilion

Posted by Nicole Wood on Mar 01, 2022

Doylestown Hospital’s Outpatient Pavilion, developed in partnership with Anchor Health Properties, creates a one-stop experience for outpatient care in the community. A finalist for HREI’s Best New.....READ MORE

Topics: Ambulatory Care, Ambulatory Surgery Center Design

Rapid Adaptation: Redesigning a VA Community Living Center to Contend with COVID-19

Posted by Jay Pelton on Sep 08, 2021

Co-authored by Morgan Young.

In 2019, the Lebanon, PA Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center tapped Miller Remick and Array Architects to design and construct a Community Living Center (CLC) that.....READ MORE

Topics: designing for COVID-19

3 Design Considerations for Hospitals Built in Hurricane Zones

Posted by Kent Doss on Aug 24, 2021

Recent work at Array prompted our design team to compile crucial guidance for designing facilities in hurricane zones. For example, a health facility located on a tropical island requires.....READ MORE

Topics: Sustainability

Designing Behavioral Health Environments to Avoid Seclusion

Posted by Guest Contributor on Jul 30, 2021

An emerging best practice for behavioral health environments is to design spaces that minimize or eliminate areas where patients are secluded or restrained. The aim is to develop an environment.....READ MORE

Topics: Behavioral Health Design

Landlocked Campus? Overbuild Solution!

Posted by Cheryl Woo on Feb 23, 2021

As a healthcare architect, I get to see every day how powerful specialty care can be for the patients being treated in highly specialized hospitals. It is not every day that we are able to design.....READ MORE

Topics: overbuild, inpatient

Enhancing the Check-In Process for Healthier, Happier and More Productive Staff

Posted by Hannah Berman on Jan 27, 2021

Welcome to our Clinician-Centered Design blog series, where we showcase guidance and design strategies to mitigate staff burnout, promote well-being and quantify the impact design solutions. Start...


Topics: clinician centered design

Respite: an Essential Need for Essential Workers

Posted by Elizabeth Ochal on Dec 17, 2020

Authors Diana Louden and Lauren Michaels contributed to this piece.

Imagine yourself as a nurse, nine hours into your 12-hour ICU shift. After watching your favorite patient take an unexpected turn.....READ MORE

Topics: respite healthcare design, healthcare burnout, clinician centered design

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