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Health Care by design


EOP Architects 201 West Short Street | Ste 700 Lexington Kentucky 40507 859 231 7538 322 East Main Street Louisville Kentucky 40202 502 805 0311 www.eopa.com © 2020 EOP Architects. All rights reserved.


About EOP Architects With offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky, EOP Architects has designed projects throughout the United States as well as China. Rick Ekhoff and Paul Ochenkoski

Project types include academic, health

founded the firm in 1981; Richard

care, workplace, research, hospitality,

Polk joined shortly afterwards and

mixed-use, recreation/fitness,

was promoted to principal in 1989.

residential and retail. Clientele has

Together, the three established

included both the public and private

a cultural foundation and core

sector and ranged from federal, state

philosophy focused on design and

and local government institutions to

technical excellence.

Fortune 500 corporations and private developers.

In 2006, leadership was expanded to

1981 Firm Founded in Lexington

Projects in

30+ States

include architect Brent Bruner and interior designer Chris Estes. And in 2019 three architects were elevated to principal: Ben Simmons, Daniel Ware and Kevin Gough.

85%

Repeat Client Business


Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center Lexington, Kentucky

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We shape our buildings; thereafter, they shape us. Winston Churchill

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Health Care Design Patient care drives our health care design and informs every choice in the process. We understand that a strategically designed facility can be emotionally supportive to patients as well as staff. Health care design has often had an institutional feeling, but architects are now pushing in a new direction. We strive to design a comfortable environment that feels more like a home than a medical facility. Beauty and comfort are just as important to a patient’s well-being as a sterile environment. Equally important is providing staff with amenities that strongly enhance job satisfaction that leads to better patient care. Spacious and well-equipped break rooms, proximally stations, full kitchens, sleeping spaces, access to the outdoors all contribute to a happy, healthy staff.

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Experience Ambulatory

Medical Imaging

Cancer Care

Space Planning

y y y y

Ophthalmology Clinic Dental School/Clinic Pharmacy School/Clinic Pharmacy

y MRI y Nuclear Medicine

y Infusion y Integrative Medicine y Medical Oncology

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Aesthetics Plastics Dermatology Occupational Medicine

y y y y y y y y y y y y

» Area – USP 800

» Phlebotomy » Otolaryngology

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Hand/Occupational Therapy Child Neurology Women’s Clinic/Primary Care Urgent Treatment Administration Space

» PET/CT » CT » Control Room

y Radiology » Radiography

y Ultrasound y Digital Fluoroscopy

Surgery y Urology Operating Room

Surgical Research Offices IT-EHR Language Services Hospitality Spaces Paramedic Transport Medical Center Cath Lab Acute Care Unit Otolaryngology Pathology IR Bi-Plane Communicable Diseases In-Patient Research Unit

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Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center Lexington, Kentucky

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Project Highlights

High-Performance

D Ambulatory Surgery Center D Diagnostic Clinic D Rehabilitation Center D Casting and Prosthetics D Radiology Department D Motion Analysis Laboratory D Infusion Procedure Rooms

This is the first facility in the Shriners network of 22 hospitals and ambulatory care centers to be designed with a geothermal heating and cooling system. Early in the design phase, the team compared the cost of a closed-loop geothermal system with a robust conventional HVAC system and were surprised to learn it could be installed with a $1 million savings over the conventional system. The energy model shows the building will perform with an EUI of 31.3, and has received an Energy Star Rating of 86. In addition to the $1 million first cost savings, the estimated energy cost savings over the 28-year life of the HVAC equipment will exceed $4 million. (Project with SRG Partnership.)


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Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center Lexington, Kentucky

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HealthFirst Bluegrass Family Health Center Lexington, Kentucky

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Project Highlights

Space Planning

D Dental Clinic D Women and Infant Care Clinic D Pediatric Clinic D Mental Health Clinic D Women’s Health Clinic D Diagnostics Clinic

D Medical Clinic Planning D Site Master Planning


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Baptist Health Clinic Lexington, Kentucky

Project Highlights D Primary Care D Urgent Care

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Integrative Medicine and Health University of Kentucky HealthCare | Lexington, Kentucky

Project Highlights D Integrative Medicine Clinic D Multi-Purpose Room D Nutrition D Music Therapy

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UK HealthCare Turfland Clinic 2nd Floor Kentucky Medical Services Foundation Lexington, Kentucky

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Project Highlights

Space Planning

D Dental Clinic D Women and Infant Care Clinic D Pediatric Clinic D Mental Health Clinic D Women’s Health Clinic D Diagnostics Clinic

D Medical Clinic Planning D Site Planning


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UK HealthCare Turfland Clinic 2nd Floor Kentucky Medical Services Foundation Lexington, Kentucky

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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The Franklin Sousley Campus & The Troy Bowling Campus Lexington, Kentucky

Project Highlights D MRI D PET/CT D CT D Radiology Department D Urology OR 20


Lexington VA Medical Center Urology Operating Room Lexington, Kentucky

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College of Ophthalmology / Advanced Eye Clinic University of Kentucky | Lexington, Kentucky

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Project Highlights

Space Planning

D General Ophthalmology D Pediatric Ophthalmology D Glaucoma Care D Retinal Disease Care D Optometry/Primary Eye Care

D Medical Clinic Planning


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Memphis VA Medical Center Memphis, Tennessee

Project Highlights D Psychology Recovery & Rehabilitation Clinic D Suicide Prevention D Mental Health Offices 24


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Simulation Center University of Kentucky HealthCare | Lexington, Kentucky

Project Highlights D Task Simulation D High-Fidelity Simulation Center D OR D ICU D Acute Care D Centralized Control Room D Debriefing Room integrated to all simulation rooms 26


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Design matters.

For more information, contact: Rick Ekhoff, AIA, LEED AP rekhoff@eopa.com

Paul Ochenkoski, AIA pochenkoski@eopa.com

Richard Polk Jr., AIA, LEED AP rpolk@eopa.com

Brent Bruner, AIA, LEED AP bbruner@eopa.com

Chris Estes, CID, LEED AP cestes@eopa.com

Daniel Ware, AIA, LEED AP dware@eopa.com

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EOP Architects 201 West Short St | Ste 700 Lexington Kentucky 40507 859 231 7538 322 East Main St Louisville Kentucky 40202 502 805 0311

www.eopa.com

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