The 2022 Healthcare Design Conference + Expo in San Antonio will kick off on Oct. 8 with three facility tours of recent San Antonio healthcare projects. The conference tours will run from 1- 5 p.m. and are limited in size. Preregistration is required and is now open at HCDexpo.com.
Attendees can experience first-hand how the design, planning, architecture, and interior design positively impacts healthcare environments through guided tours of recent projects. The facility tours will highlight design materials and product innovations being utilized.
This year’s conference tours include:
- T01 – University Health System Women’s and Children’s Hospital: University Health System and Marmon Mok | ZGF delivered a 300-bed women’s and children’s hospital expansion on its existing main campus at the South Texas Medical Center. The initial design included new and replacement beds for neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, and shell space for future programmatic growth. This tour is a hard hat tour and limited to 40 people.
- T02 – Endeavors Veteran Wellness Center and Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic: RVK Architecture, FA Nunnelly, and Endeavors partnered to create the 20,000-square-foot project’s calming, welcoming environment. This tour will include the two-story open lobby, 7,700-square-foot family clinic, fitness center, and multipurpose community room.
- T03 – University Health System Robert B. Green Campus: University Health System (UHS) is a public academic health system that operates in partnership with the UT Health Science Center. CallisonRTKL, in collaboration with Overland Partners, was selected to master plan and design a new 239,000-square-foot facility for UHS. The resulting design solutions created a clinic that maximizes functional efficiencies, improves patient safety, and enhances clinical outcomes.
For more details on the tours, visit hcdexpo.com/conference/workshops-tours.
For more information on the 2022 HCD Conference, check out the conference preview in Healthcare Design’s September issue.