Design that Boosts the Quality of Care
Leaders in healthcare know firsthand how facilities impact outcomes. From patient satisfaction to financial performance, the design and condition of your buildings affect results. Aging or badly designed facilities can slow the introduction of transformative changes, while well-designed technology-adaptable buildings can be harnessed to speed delivery of care, boost patient satisfaction ratings, and retain staff even when shortages loom. Rural or urban, whether renovating an old facility or building from scratch, our clients recognize that smart design can help them succeed in all aspects of healthcare. We’re here to guide them—and you too.
Versatility & Range
We work across a range of healthcare settings, from small freestanding clinics to complex acute-care additions and renovations. Our team understands the design considerations that shape surgical suites, cath labs, emergency departments, and more. We immerse ourselves in the challenges of every project—aiming to grasp the complexities of patient care as thoroughly as our clients do.
We believe the best solutions in healthcare design emerge from team dialogue. To find the right approach, we actively engage not only our clients but also contractors and specialists to learn how buildings can perform more effectively, efficiently, and economically. We seek to develop working relationships that are respectful, rewarding, and long-lasting.
Design That Helps Healing
Healing and wellness lie at the heart of healthcare, and the design and condition of your facility significantly impacts the ability of your staff to deliver these outcomes. Guided by our clients, we evolve design solutions that reduce stress, boost positivity, create calm, and communicate a sense of welcome. Staff, as well as patients, benefit from this attention to detail.
A Dedicated Team
The LHB team that kicks off your project will see it through to completion. You can expect continuity in communication.
Healthcare budgets are always tight. We work with clients to make every dollar stretch.
We believe the buildings we design should put patients first—and by extension, caregivers and other staff.
Renovations of aging facilities often uncover surprises. We anticipate challenges in advance—and prepare for them.