Published in Medical Construction & Design: Alternative Care Sites, Temporary Hospitals + Containment

April 17, 2020 Douglas King

Our Doug King partners with Julia Louie from Northwestern Memorial HealthCare to discuss how temporary hospitals can be a needed solution

 

A crisis has once again thrust the topic of temporary hospital spaces into our daily lives. Previously we may have seen these systems utilized in coping with natural disasters. But today they’re on the frontlines of the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Douglas King

Doug King is a leader in Stantec’s health practice with extensive experience in healthcare design for institutions covering a broad range of delivery including Northwestern Medicine—a top five academic medical center and the Veteran’s Administration.

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