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Old Posted Jan 7, 2022, 6:44 PM
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Originally Posted by DetroitSky View Post
I've never understood this either. It's like they take absolutely no consideration into site planning and throw up whatever suits their needs whenever and wherever. A lot of suburban hospitals are like that too, and the ones that aren't I suspect are just too new to have had many additions yet. It seems like hospitals would want easy navigation of their campuses to be a priority, but apparently not.
Modern healthcare architecture is a relatively new profession (1950's), but it really comes down to project budgets, timelines and client personalities. Tight urban sites and lack of masterplans drive short-sighted decision-making. Henry Ford made a nod to their historic buildings with their new cancer center. Time will tell what future expansions look like. They do have a site masterplan
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