Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center has been awarded a National Healthcare Design Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Only six projects received this year’s award, which recognizes the best new healthcare buildings around the world. The design-build
UC Davis Medical Center, Kindred Healthcare and PMB to develop new inpatient rehabilitation facility in Sacramento
The 52-bed, 58,600-s.f. Sacramento Sierra Rehabilitation Hospital, a joint venture of Kindred Healthcare and UC Davis, is expected to be completed in October 2022 on the UC Davis Sacramento campus.
The latest expansion to the Palomar Medical Center Escondido campus brings a stand-alone, 52-bed acute rehabilitation hospital that will serve patients suffering from neuro disorders, stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury and amputation. The facility was officially unveiled to the
Two talented women have helped to fuel the Taylor Design's recent growth in the Sacramento area. Teresa Endres, AIA, ACHA, EDAC, AAH, is one of Taylor Design’s project directors. Caitlin Stevenson, AIA, is a senior associate and senior project manager
Veterans of the lab planning, design, and construction process understand that there are essentially two different worlds that they can work in—academic and corporate. The technology and mission of an academic lab may be similar, or nearly the same, when
SARS made an impression on the healthcare community of the hardest-hit countries, and accommodations for pandemics - including surge-and-flex facilities in hospitals - became a priority. For the U.S. it presented an opportunity to learn from others' misfortune and to
During the recent Third Annual California Hospital, Outpatient Facilities, & Medical Office Buildings Summit, our own Kevin Hinrichs, President of Taylor Design, co-presented on the topic of Ambulatory & Emergency Care Models alongside Peter Shih of San Mateo County and
Rules meant to protect people can sometimes have the opposite effect. Case in point: building code stipulations for door operating pressures designed to improve accessibility are actually creating a potentially life-threatening hazard for patients, visitors and staff alike.
Taylor Design is expanding its Los Angeles presence and has hired leading healthcare design professional Daniel Ortega, AIA, to head the new downtown LA office. Ortega is a veteran Healthcare Market Sector leader in Los Angeles, with a career that