Seattle Children’s Hospital’s new 34,000-square-foot Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit (PBMU) serves children ages 3 to 18 years with complex mental health issues.
Gallery of Pima County Behavioral Health Pavilion and Crisis Response Center / Cannon Design - 5
Image 5 of 13 from gallery of Pima County Behavioral Health Pavilion and Crisis Response Center / Cannon Design.
The evolution toward less institutionalized behavioral healthcare environments is also influencing the design of care spaces dedicated to younger populations. For starters, gone are the days when parents were locked out of a facility and permitted to see their child for only 20 minutes a day. Instead, today’s adolescent and children’s mental hospitals are welcoming parents in—and inviting them to stay.
State Of Mind In Behavioral Healthcare Design | HCD Magazine
In February 2014, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton opened the Margaret and Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated Healthcare in Hamilton, Ontario. The project was impressive for its size alone, with 850,000 square feet and more than 300 psychiatric beds, as the provider brought all of its mental health and addiction services together under one roof in a modern and comfortable setting.
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Our final post on planning and designing of behavioral healthcare facilities will cover the five key factors for patient well-being. In 2004, “The Role of the Physical Environment in the Hospital for the 21st Century: A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity,” published by Roger Ulrich P.H.D., of Texas A&M University, was released. In a culmination of evidence-based research, research teams …
Sum Of Its Parts: King Abdulaziz Medical City Behavioral Health Facility | HCD Magazine
Designing a 325,000-square-foot integrated behavioral health campus to be both operationally manageable and therapeutic was no small task—but it did require thinking small.It was breaking that campus down into pieces across inpatient and outpatient as well as psychiatric and addiction treatment programs that made the unbuilt/conceptual design for the King Abdulaziz Medical City Behavioral Health Facility in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, so successful.
Mental health/substance abuse treatment mergers continue, with mixed feelings on substance abuse side
Merger proponents cite value of braided funds, medical integration, while critics fear 'loss of voice.'