Medical – Dental

Healthcare facilities demand efficient layouts to support hardworking staff, while providing calm, easy to navigate environments for patients and families who are there for stressful reasons.

Vitreoretinal Associates of Washington Clinic, Mountlake Terrace, WA

As healthcare becomes more competitive, VRA wanted to update the look and feel of their new clinic to appeal to a wider range of clients. The shell and core build-out used rich materials including natural wood and stone to create a feeling of quality about the clinic and the services it provides. Completed in 2013.

SeaMar Community Health Center, Tacoma, WA

A former Group Health clinic built in the 1960s converted to a state-of-the-art family medical/dental clinic with medical and pharmacy upstairs, dental downstairs. The major renovation helps position the clinic as the neighborhood family clinic in South Tacoma. Construction begins in late 2013.

Vitreoretinal Associates of Washington Clinic, Bellevue, WA

Adaptive reuse of an underutilized parking garage produced an 8,000 square foot clinic adjacent to an outpatient surgery center. Exam rooms were designed into two pods with flow so providers could maintain a 4-to-1 exam room ratio. Sustainable features: variable refrigerant HVAC, finishes using recycled products, high efficiency lighting.

Vitreoretinal Associates of Washington Surgery Center, Bellevue, WA

A state of the art ambulatory surgery center provides a homelike setting for outpatient surgery. Sustainable features: variable refrigerant HVAC, finishes using recycled products, high efficiency lighting, and adaptive reuse of an underused parking structure.

Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic, Grandview, WA

A community clinic needed an update to become family clinic. The updates transformed a cramped, closed interior to an open space with warm, non-institutional colors and elegant, durable materials. The substantial renovation to the interior and exterior of the 20-year old medical/dental facility updated the entry, improved patient flows, increased staff efficiencies. Using LEAN design concepts, it now serves more patients per hour within the same number of square feet. Sustainable features: finishes using recycled products, high efficiency lighting, bioswale drainage, increased insulation.

PeaceHealth Medical Center Pharmacy, Ketchikan, AK

A USP 797 hospital pharmacy included a clean room for chemotherapy and IV bag filling. This 24-hour pharmacy meets all the medical needs required by the PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center.

Vitreoretinal Associates of Washington Clinic, Burlington, WA

A 2,500 square foot clinic designed with VRA’s larger clinic as a prototype. Exam rooms adapt to meet the demands of several traveling providers who wanted the clinic to function like their home clinics in the Seattle/ Bellevue area.