Calvin L. Hinz Architects | 4 architectural perspectives that promote a health care organization’s growth and lower operational costs Pt. 3
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4 architectural perspectives that promote a health care organization’s growth and lower operational costs Pt. 3

09 Nov 4 architectural perspectives that promote a health care organization’s growth and lower operational costs Pt. 3

Fremont Health, West Shores Clinic provides for more convenient access to care and is located in a growing rural community. – CLH Architects

Part 3 of 4. Location, Location, Location

Adopting a health care model comprised of community, retail and educational touch points allows an organization to withstand access challenges while providing an approach to community well-being. Healthcare organizations are increasingly managing clinics, urgent care facilities and freestanding emergency rooms in high-traffic locations like grocery stores and pharmacies. These offsite facilities help to curb operational costs.