Adrian Hagerty

Located in the Washington, DC office, Adrian Hagerty is Array’s National Capital Region Vice President. As a career healthcare architect, Adrian brings nationwide design and project management experience to each endeavor. Adept at each aspect of a healthcare facility development project – from Master Planning to Sustainable Design to Managing Term Contracts – Adrian has a track record of leading teams of planners, designers and the client stakeholders through the complex process of developing and delivering successful facilities throughout the region and the nation.
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A Case for Adaptive Reuse in Healthcare

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Jan 10, 2017

There are a variety of factors informing a healthcare system's decision to expand its outpatient service offering...READ MORE

Topics: Management Series, site selection, Adaptive Reuse

Ambulatory Drivers: Part Two, FLEXIBILITY

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Oct 07, 2016

The ambulatory care revolution has made healthcare providers around the country acutely aware of the value of their real estate footprint. Every square foot counts. Every staff member provides..


Topics: Ambulatory Care, future flexibility

Ambulatory Drivers: Part One, ACCESS

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Sep 16, 2015

Mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, strategic alignments. No matter how a health system goes about their expansion plans, easy patient access to their facilities is key


Topics: Ambulatory Care, patient access

Healthy Strategies for Repositioning Your Real Estate Assets

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on May 19, 2015

Co-authored by Adrian Hagerty and Jessica Bellman, and featured in the 2015 Building Healthcare Magazine conference supplement. 

As real estate investors and developers continue to look for ways.....READ MORE

Topics: real estate, Ambulatory Care

Top 10 Considerations When Renovating Patient Towers

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Jan 17, 2014

Published in Medical Construction & Design, January 2014

The many benefits of caring for patients within a private room have been proven for decades.

Often, the benefits may be clear, but the...


Topics: Planning, Architecture, Lean, Healthcare Design, renovation, Patient Environment, Continuous Improvement, Healthcare

Ambulatory Healthcare Real Estate Strategies

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Sep 25, 2013

Originally  printed in Medical Construction & Design, September 2013

“Location, Location, Location.” For years, real estate moguls have uttered this phrase to express the most important factor in.....READ MORE

Topics: Planning, Medical Office Building (MOB), Architecture, Ambulatory Care, Healthcare Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), Continuous Improvement

How Can We Afford the Affordable Care Act?

Posted by Adrian Hagerty on Aug 15, 2013

The Oxford Dictionary defines the word “afford” as “the ability to do something without risk of adverse consequences.” It is that very element of risk that has caused many to pause as the impact.....READ MORE

Topics: Healthcare Design, Affordable Care Act (ACA), healthcare reform, Continuous Improvement

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