Cleveland Clinic Avon Inpatient Bed Tower Avon Ohio DLR Group Kevin G ReevesCleveland Clinic Avon Inpatient Bed Tower in Avon, Ohio by DLR Group|WRL. Photo by Kevin G. Reeves.

Happy Birthday, Avon! A POE after One Year at Cleveland Clinic’s New Inpatient Bed Tower

  • Who: Phil LiBassi, senior principal, DLR Group; Lacey Piper, manager support services, Avon Hospital, Cleveland Clinic; Rebecca Starck, president, Avon Hospital, Cleveland Clinic; Travis Tyson, healthcare facility planner, Cleveland Clinic.
  • What: Happy Birthday, Avon! A POE after One Year at Cleveland Clinic’s New Inpatient Bed Tower. LiBassi and the Cleveland Clinic panel will reflect on the first year of operation for the Avon Hospital. Envisioned as the “Hospital of the Future,” the new Cleveland Clinic Avon inpatient bed tower leverages flexibility and technology while incorporating an interdisciplinary team approach to both medicine and services. This presentation will offer a deep look into the project and explore our team’s comprehensive evaluation of the facility’s impact on its patients and providers.
  • Where: Healthcare Design Conference & Expo 
    Phoenix Convention Center, North 228AB 
    100 N 3rd Street
    Phoenix, Ariz. 85004
  • When: Sunday, November 11 from 1:45 PM to 2:45 PM

Sonoma County Behavioral Health Housing Unit Santa Rosa California DLR Group Healthcare Design ConferenceSonoma County Behavioral Health Housing Unit in Santa Rosa, California by DLR Group. 

Therapeutic Treatment in County Jail: The Sonoma County Behavioral Health Housing Unit

  • Who: Brenda Epperly Huggins, correctional healthcare consultant, Brenda Epperly & Associates; Bryan Cleek Lieutenant, planning and research manager of detention administration, Sonoma County Sheriff's Office; Bruce Oveson, senior project specialist, Sonoma County General Services; Gary Retel, principal, DLR Group. 
  • What: Therapeutic Treatment in County Jail: The Sonoma County Behavioral Health Housing Unit. 
    This session will discuss how Sonoma County Jail is building a new behavioral health housing unit with the stated goal of “providing a physical environment that is directly supportive of therapeutic treatment and competency restoration programs for staff and inmates.” Since research in correctional healthcare design is minimal, this presentation will discuss how the project team drew heavily from health and hospital evidenced-based design and adapted these findings and ideas to a jail setting.
  • WhereHealthcare Design Conference & Expo 
    Phoenix Convention Center, North 231AB 
    100 N 3rd Street
    Phoenix, Ariz. 85004
  • When: Monday, November 12, from 4:45 PM to 5:45 PM
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