A Deeper Look at Robert Wood Johnson's Ambulatory Building Expansion

Posted by Guest Contributor on Feb 06, 2019


How do healthcare facilities managers ensure optimal patient flow, prevent overcrowding and set the stage for continued service line expansion? Renovation and expansion are critical tools in achieving these goals, but they must be coupled with sound, process-led design and a multidimensional approach to defining and solving problems. Array was engaged by Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital to provide architectural design services to this end, designing and executing an 8,100 SF addition impacting both their ED and their AMBI (ambulatory care facilities) buildings.

Take a deeper look into this project, and gain insight to sharpen your service line expansion strategy, by reading my case study on this project below.

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Blog authored by Marsha Whitt, former principal and regional vice president. 

Topics: ASC expansion, New Jersey Healthcare Architects, robert wood johnson, ambulatory building design

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