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Architecture Engineering Interiors Consulting Healthcare

With roots extending back to a two-person partnership formed in 1898, Page is one of the most prolific and enduring architecture and engineering design practices. Page architects, engineers, interior designers, planners, strategic analysts and technical specialists provide services throughout the United States and abroad. Our diverse, international portfolio includes projects in the academic, advanced manufacturing, aviation, civic, corporate, government, hospitality, housing, healthcare, mission critical, and science and technology sectors.

The Page portfolio consists largely of complex projects that benefit from our integrated disciplines and that make a significant impact on the communities they serve. We are guided by the three core values of creativity, collaboration, and commitment, and through the force of these ideals, we live up to our promise of design that makes lives better.


Hackensack University Medical Center, Helena Theurer Pavilion Hackensack, New Jersey

Curating Care: Design Thinks as Big as You

Healthcare Leadership

Mattia Flabiano III aia, acha

Tushar Gupta faia

Kimberly Stanley aia

Kurt Neubek faia, LEED aP

Mark Vaughan aia, facha, LSSBB

Jennifer Conrad EDac

Tracy Lemons

Jennifer Faseler

Inclusive Leading with diverse options, global expertise, local flavor Empathetic Prioritizing a client-first, person-centered design approach Curious Embracing inquiry grounding in research Lean Striving for continuous improvement Forward-Thinking Exploring what’s possible We focus on curating care with design that thinks as big as you through an inclusive, empathetic, curious, lean, and forward-thinking approach.

Curating Care: Design that...

Inspires Hope

Anticipates the Future

Flexible & Lean


Resilient & Sustainable Makes Lives Healthier


Texas Medical Center

Houston, Texas

The Texas Medical Center (TMC) is the largest medical center in the world with one of the highest densities of clinical facilities for patient care, basic science, and translational research.

Located in Houston, the TMC comprises 50 medicinerelated institutions, including 15 hospitals, two specialty institutions, two medical schools, and four nursing schools, as well as schools of dentistry, public health, pharmacy, and other health-related practices.

The total land area of the TMC is 1,345 acres — or 2.1 square miles — and it is estimated that the daytime “population” of the TMC is approximately 160,000 people.

Page has planned and designed over 13 million square feet for institutions in the TMC — more than any other architecture firm.


A Baylor College of Medicine Specialty Care Center 200,000 SF build-out

B Houston Methodist (HM) Research Institute

440,000 SF | 11 floors

C HM Walter Tower 960,000 SF | 22 floors

D HM Outpatient Center 1,600,000 SF | 26 floors

E Memorial Hermann (MH) 100,000 SF

F MH Hermann Pavilion 850,000 SF | 11 floors

G MH Sarofim Pavilion 1,340,000 SF | 17 floors

H MH Outpatient Services 55,000 SF

I Prairie View A&M University College of Nursing 545,000 SF



G F H I D E C L B S M N A J R T (MH) TIRR Pavilion Services University J University of Houston College of Pharmacy Building Renovation 50,000 SF K Texas Children’s (TCH) 8080 N. Stadium Dr. 18,500 SF L TCH Clinical Care Center, Renovations 9,612 SF M TCH West Tower, Renovations 174,600 SF N Texas A&M Health Science Center Multi-Purpose Academic Building 280,000 SF Build-out (EnMed) O UT MDA Mid Campus Building 1 (1MC) 1,400,000 SF P UT MDA Mid-Campus Garage 1,000,000 SF Q UT MDA Faculty Center 325,000 SF R UTHealth Research Park Complex 485,000 SF / 4 Building Complex S UTHealth Medical School Expansion 200,000 SF T HM Centennial Tower (In Design) 1,500,000 SF U MD Anderson Education (In Design) 400,000 SF Other studies and renovations totaling more than 4,000,000 SF
Academic Medicine TEXAS Academic
A Baylor College of Medicine Specialty Care Center 357,427 SF B Houston Methodist Research Institute 440,000 SF C Houston Methodist Walter Tower 960,000 SF D Houston Methodist Outpatient Center 1,600,000 SF E Memorial Hermann TIRR 100,000 SF F Memorial Hermann Hermann Pavilion 850,000 SF G Memorial Hermann Sarofim Pavilion 1,340,000 SF H Memorial Hermann Outpatient Services 55,000 SF I Prairie View A&M College of Nursing 545,000 SF J University of Houston College of Pharmacy Reno 50,000 SF K Texas Children’s Hospital 8080 Stadium Clinic 18,500 SF L Texas Children’s Hospital Clinical Care Center 9,612 SF M Texas Children’s Hospital West Tower Renovations 174,600 SF N Texas A&M HSC EnMed 280,000 SF O MD Anderson Mid-Campus Building 1 1,400,000 SF P MD Anderson Mid-Campus Garage 1,000,000 SF Q MD Anderson Faculty Center 325,000 SF R UTHealth Research Park Complex 485,000 SF S UTHealth Medical School Expansion 200,000 SF T Houston Methodist Centennial Tower 1,500,000 SF U MD Anderson Education 400,000 SF
Medical Centers

UCHealth Highlands Ranch Hospital

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Improving lives for generations to come, Highlands Ranch Hospital provides advanced health care and innovative medical treatments to its growing community. Featuring the UC Health Birth Center, the state-of-the-art facilities bustle with activity and excitement, delivering an average of 2,000 babies a year.

The Hospital’s concept and design are unique, combining an in-patient hospital and outpatient services in a single building. The hospital’s Y-shaped footprint allows its programs to share a central lobby, elevators, and other amenities. And, with south Denver expected to grow 25% by 2025, the arms of the Y can extend outward for phased expansion.

Inside the high-tech, six-story building, patients and families come first. Parents of infants who need extra care and support can “room in” at the NICU. Personalized treatment plans are created through a partnership with the University of Colorado healthcare faculty and researchers. “Nursing neighborhoods” also ensure that patients receive round-the-clock attention.


Project Size

357,427 Square Feet

Service Provided

Space Programming / Site Master Planning / Pre-design

Massing / Interior Design / Basic Design Services (Hospital, Central Energy Plant, & Parking Garage) / Core & Shell design for the Medical Office Building

“We are honored to care for patients and families who choose us for their treatments and surgeries, in emergencies, and to deliver their babies. We focus on providing an extraordinary experience while offering advanced procedures and treatments.”

Hackensack Meridian Helena Theurer Pavilion

Hackensack, New Jersey

Hackensack University Medical Center is one of two flagship Academic Medical Centers in the Hackensack Meridian Health System and a Level Two Trauma Center. The new Critical Care and Surgical Tower meets the growing need for critical care services and to renews aging facilities. This improves the quality of care being provided, enhances its image locally and nationally, and provides a state-of-the-art facility in which to treat patients, teach, and work. The program drivers include 24 Operating Rooms, 50 Intensive Care Patient Rooms, 50 Universal Patient Rooms, 50 Medical / Surgical Patient Rooms, and 50 Orthopedic Patient Rooms.

The new 11-story building spans over 2nd Street and connects to the existing 2nd street parking garage. The tower also connects back to the existing hospital on four floors. The project relocated all adult, inpatient surgery into two new floors of operating rooms and associated support spaces.

Page provided design and medical planning services and served as Architect of Record for the Interior Build-out of the Pavilion. RSC Architects served as Architect of Record for the overall project.


Project Size

528,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Design Architect / Medical Planning / Architect of Record - Interior Build Out /

“We are excited that the innovative and dedicated efforts of the entire team at Jersey Shore University Medical Center is being recognized for the important steps we have taken in combining the most advanced medicine with exceptional and thoughtful design to create a patient experience that’s second-to-none. This project enabled us to build and renovate our century-old campus with a pure focus on the patient.”

Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital

The Woodlands, Texas

Page and Houston Methodist are partnered again to bring another community hospital, the eighth in the Houston Methodist system, to the greater Houston metropolitan area. This campus is located in The Woodlands, a rapidly growing township just north of the Houston city limits. It provides a similar level of healthcare service to the area that can be found at its West Houston location in the Texas Medical Center West. The Woodlands is currently experiencing significant and sustained population growth, which increases demand for full medical services in the area.

Houston Methodist opened the 160,000 square-foot 6-story Medical Office Building and 13,000 square-foot Central Utility Plant followed by the opening of a 480,000 square-foot, six-story hospital. The Houston Methodist campus at The Woodlands is modeled after their West Hospital near Katy, which Page also designed. That facility incorporated evidence-based design concepts, patient safety principles and energy efficient strategies throughout the hospital to promote healing and ensure patient and staff comfort and well-being.


Project Size

160,000 Square Feet (MOB)

13,000 Square Feet (CUP)

480,000 Square Feet (Hospital)

Service Provided

Architecture / Interior Design / MEP

Engineering / Programming

Acute Care

Stamford Health, New Hospital

Stamford, Connecticut

Born of a desire to better serve its rapidly growing region, Stamford Health’s new Hospital was conceived around three active verbs: embrace, care, and heal. The Page Team designed the Hospital to balance high tech and human touch, blending efficiency and comfort to demystify medicine and create a healthy environment for patients, families, and staff.

With campus structures dating back 100 years, Stamford Health recognized the need for a larger, modern, well-equipped hospital. When completed, the new facility was the largest LEED healthcare project in the U.S. and the first in Connecticut.

Healing begins as soon as you arrive at the terracotta and glass hospital, filled with natural light, calming art, and stone and wood surfaces. Hospitals can be overwhelming, so the Team focused on creating a stress-reducing environment with noise control, water and fireplace features, terraces and gardens, and calming views. Ready to take a deep breath and collect yourself? There’s a comfortable seat by the window.


Project Size

647,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Campus Master Planning / Medical Planning / Full Architectural Design / Interior Design / Documentation / Construction Administration

“Part of the Planetree philosophy of care is creating spaces for patients and families to have some respite. We developed a beautiful interfaith chapel on the first floor of the Hospital on the main concourse, and these spacious family waiting rooms and peace rooms. Places for families to be able to reflect, to think about what they’re going through, and to just have a moment of rest and relaxation.”

Valleywise Health Replacement Hospital

Phoenix, Arizona

Valleywise Health’s New Medical Center, with the support of the Maricopa County community, is reinventing safety net care for the residents of Arizona through the Care Reimagined program. The New Medical Center is a transformative public teaching hospital that will expand facilities, resources, and services.

Through a collaborative relationship with Creighton University Medical School, Valleywise will bolster the public health system by bridging the gap between training, research, and real-world application. This new 673,000-SF replacement acute hospital offers the thoughtful integration of classroom and clinical spaces to support every aspect of patient care.

Integrated into the urban fabric, the Center’s front door faces the neighborhood it serves, greeting locals and visitors alike with its light-filled two-story glass lobby. Inside, the services follow the old hospital’s familiar footsteps while showcasing a Level 1 Trauma emergency department, 14 operating rooms, and Women’s and Pediatric programs. The universal design of 233 patient rooms allows for standardization, adapting between ICU and acute care.

The Center is also home to the Arizona Burn Center, one of the preeminent burn programs in the United States. These services will be on one contiguous floor with a dedicated entry.

Page partnered with Cuningham Group on this project.


Project Size

673,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Medical Planning / Master Planning

Page has designed Medical Office Buildings (MOBs) across the country, from master planning and design of the core and shell to the design of countless tenant suites. With this level of experience, Page brings our clients significant best practices and lessons learned.

MOBs should be visible and easy to drive to, with convenient parking. The architecture and signage should reflect and reinforce the brand identity. They must be internally efficient from a rentable area perspective and cost-effective to build. The bay depths and ceiling heights should accommodate a wide range of potential uses, from individual doctor suites to multi-specialty practices, imaging centers and ambulatory surgery centers.

The building layout should allow physicians and staff to access the building and their suites without having to walk past patients in the lobby or waiting rooms. The building must be easy to navigate for patients and families and should provide ample daylight and views to the outdoors. Access to adjacent buildings and garages should be protected from the weather.

To accommodate the possibility of ambulatory surgery, elevators must be appropriately sized, covered drop-off provided and consideration given to a separate discharge area. Ambulance access and emergency generators must also be anticipated.

Kennedy Krieger Institute, Weinberg Center Baltimore, Maryland Forest Park Medical Center Austin, Texas Houston Methodist The Woodlands MOB The Woodlands, Texas Platte Valley Medical Center, Medical Office Building No. 2 Brighton, Colorado Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Lakeway MOB Lakeway, Texas Cambridge Medical Office Building Phase I / Houston, Texas
Ambulatory Care

Cone Health Drawbridge Health & Wellness Center

Greensboro, North Carolina

Cone Health set out on a journey to transform healthcare with the creation of the Drawbridge Health and Wellness Center. Drawbridge has introduced a true wellness component into the fabric of the community and the lives served by Cone Health. Establishing community spaces to engage and teach healthy eating, to understand the makeup of a healthy body and to nurture and replenish when needed through emergency or clinical care.

The new Med Center Drawbridge campus captures the wellness experience while providing a convenient location for Cone Health emergency services, imaging services, diagnostics as well as a wide array of clinic offerings from primary Care to Orthopedics and Oncology including an Infusion Center. Wellness is provided within a unique environment within this facility – both indoors and outdoors. Programs from studio classroom teaching to fitness and rehabilitation, to a basketball gymnasium and full aquatics program are included to augment this community-based facility. In order to maximize the site usage, Cone Health chose to develop an integrated parking facility attached directly to the wellness complex.


Project Size

157,797 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Engineering / Interiors / Planning / Programming

Billings Clinic Ambulatory Care & Surgery Center

Bozeman, Montana

Following a Master Planning engagement, Page is providing medical planning and design services to Billings Clinic for its new Ambulatory Care Center.

Billings Clinic is seeking to create a community healthcare campus that is welcoming and an important asset. Goals include excellent care, efficiency, wellness, and retention of care providers.

The new Ambulatory Care and Surgery Center will include two buildings — one singe story, the second will be three-story.

The healthcare campus design will reflect the regional aesthetics and layouts will promote, efficient, healthy, fun, comforting and social places.

The overall design will to seek to create a dynamic multi-use experience that has a “sense of place” and provide the Gallatin Valley with a friendly neighborhood place to visit and receive care.

Page collaborated as associate architect to CTA Architects.


Project Size

25,000 Square Feet (Ambulatory Surgery Center)

50,000 Square Feet (Ambulatory Care Center)

Service Provided

Master Planning / Medical Planning / Programming / Design Services (SD-DD)

Fulton State Hospital

Nixon Forensic Center

Fulton County, Missouri

Fulton State Hospital is the oldest mental health facility west of the Mississippi River. To build on its legacy, improve quality of care, and meet today’s safety standards, the hospital engaged Page to transform its campus through a multi-phased design of a 300-bed, 450,000-square-foot forensic facility.

The Nixon Forensic Center is a modern mental hospital that not only provides expanded treatment opportunities, but is significantly safer for clients and staff, promotes wellness and healing, and is conducive to modern treatment.

How did the team resolve contradictory goals of creating a therapeutic, recovery-based environment while providing effective security for all? Our team of Behavioral Health experts reinvented the standard floor plan for psychiatric hospitals.

The team worked with hospital clinicians to develop a “three-tier” organization of psychiatric patient space is the first-of-its-type constructed in the world and is becoming a trend in behavioral health hospital design.

Page collaborated with WSP on this project.


Project Size

450,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architectural Design /

Behavioral Health

Larimer County Behavioral Health Facility

Fort Collins, Colorado

Larimer County Behavioral Health Facility is a collaboration between Larimer County, the City of Fort Collins Colorado, UC Health and SummitStone Partners in an effort to change the paradigm of behavioral health within their community. The County began with a community assessment, with input from their partners and the Larimer County Criminal Justice Services to redesign the way individuals with mental and behavioral health needs seek treatment.

The new LCBH facility will be located on 30+ acres of open space, allowing campus growth for additional treatment, supportive housing and community functions. It will serve the immediate need for substance abuse withdrawal services, crisis care and short term residential beds. All patients will visit the triage hub, where they will undergo an extensive medical and behavioral health assessment to determine the right level of care. Patients then have access to a Care Coordination team to assist with community placement, the new 16 bed Social Detox, Medical Detox, Crisis Stabilization or short-term Intensive Residential units or the 23-hour Observation area. The new facility will also house a retail pharmacy, lab and administration to provide coordinated patient-centric care.


Project Size

58,600 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Interiors / Planning / Programming

Virginia Dept of General Services, Central State Hospital,

Petersburg, Virginia

Building off Central’s centuries-old legacy, Page designed a cohesive facility to modernize in-patient care within a single campus. Natural and biophilic elements were integrated into every living space, providing users with outdoor views in each room. Double-height common rooms and ample glazing enhance the experiences of visitors, patients, and community members alike, cultivating a warm, friendly environment.

An expansive entryway featuring ambient light and high ceilings offers a welcoming space for patients and visitors, while small-group rooms provide open-concept spaces that enhance interpersonal connections. The team pioneered a “three-tier” organization of psychiatric patient spaces, featuring five “Program Communities,” a collection of common areas and counseling rooms serving as an additional middle-ground option between the 18-to-28 patient living units and the two 100+ patient treatment malls.

The team designed for passive observation by providing clear sightlines throughout patient spaces and to critical doors from defined observation points. Layouts allowing easy observation of historically problematic areas, such as dining rooms, help minimize the risk of incidents and generous corridor widths and ceiling heights reduce safety concerns while enhancing wellbeing.

The campus’ safe outdoor spaces cultivate therapeutic recreational opportunities, offering a variety of amenities and diverse pursuits, from game-centered activities to more contemplative courtyards, sometimes featuring a labyrinth or meditative gardens


Project Size

460,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Engineering / Medical Planning / Design

“The new Central State Hospital incorporates many unique program elements that have been custom designed to support the state-of-art treatment techniques planned there, including 5 prognosis-specific Program Communities, individual treatment malls for max and civil patients, and multiple indoor and outdoor spaces designed in a way to integrate both safety and a healing environment.”

Virginia Dept of General Services, Central State Hospital,

Petersburg, Virginia

Building off Central’s centuries-old legacy, Page designed a cohesive facility to modernize in-patient care within a single campus. Natural and biophilic elements were integrated into every living space, providing users with outdoor views in each room. Double-height common rooms and ample glazing enhance the experiences of visitors, patients, and community members alike, cultivating a warm, friendly environment.

An expansive entryway featuring ambient light and high ceilings offers a welcoming space for patients and visitors, while smallgroup rooms provide open-concept spaces that enhance interpersonal connections. The team pioneered a “three-tier” organization of psychiatric patient spaces, featuring five “Program Communities,” a collection of common areas and counseling rooms serving as an additional middle-ground option between the 18-to28 patient living units and the two 100+ patient treatment malls.

The team designed for passive observation by providing clear sightlines throughout patient spaces and to critical doors from defined observation points. Layouts allowing easy observation of historically problematic areas, such as dining rooms, help minimize the risk of incidents and generous corridor widths and ceiling heights reduce safety concerns while enhancing well-being.

The campus’ safe outdoor spaces cultivate therapeutic recreational opportunities, offering a variety of amenities and diverse pursuits, from game-centered activities to more contemplative courtyards, sometimes featuring a labyrinth or meditative gardens


Project Size

460,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Engineering / Medical Planning / Design

“The new Central State Hospital incorporates many unique program elements that have been custom designed to support the state-of-art treatment techniques planned there, including 5 prognosis-specific Program Communities, individual treatment malls for max and civil patients, and multiple indoor and outdoor spaces designed in a way to integrate both safety and a healing environment.”

Nemours Children’s Health System

Nemours Children’s Hospital

Orlando, Florida

Nemours Children’s Hospital brings a full spectrum of what’s possible in pediatric healthcare to Central Florida. Featuring the area’s only emergency department designed especially for children, the new facility offers patients care with everything from life’s little mishaps to big emergencies and long-term needs. Nemours Children’s Hospital hums with world-class medical technology, state-of-the-art equipment, and a family-focused environment.

Nemours’ family-friendly design houses the ambulatory and acute care spaces for medical specialties in adjacent wings of the same floor with shared waiting spaces. Whether hospitalized or visiting a clinic, children see the same physicians and clinical staff. Familiar faces and continuity of care reassure both patients and parents.

As good neighbors, Nemours Children’s Hospital is also one of three Florida children’s hospitals to achieve LEED Gold certification. Its sustainable environment is based on green design and construction features that positively impact the broader community.

Offering the best possible care, featuring sustainable design, and harassing the power of play — can you imagine the healing that happens at Nemours?


Project Size

630,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Master Planning / Hospital Facility

Design / Interior Design / Space Planning / Experiential Graphic Design

Children’s Health

Intermountain Healthcare, Primary Children’s Hospital

Lehi, Utah

The new Primary Children’s Hospital at Intermountain’s Lehi Campus will consist of both hospital and ambulatory medical office building. The project sits on approximately 38 acres.

Inpatient services include 64 Beds (24 Acute Care, 16 PICU/ NICU, 12 Behavioral Medicine and 12 Observation), Diagnostic & Treatment, Pharmacy, Emergency Department, Infusion, and Surgical Services.

The Outpatient Clinic services include pediatric behavioral health, intensive outpatient program, and safe and healthy families clinic.

All designs employ the Intermountain Continuous Improvement method, which places a premium on space having purpose; the seven flows of healthcare; engagement of physician, caregivers and patients; as well as the Intermountain Healthcare design, construction and brand standards. The design employs technological service that enhances the patient experience and care delivery. Interior spaces are designed to incorporate multi-use concepts and multi-purpose areas for flexibility and adaptive use.


Project Size

485,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Master Planning Validation / Programming / Architecture / Medical Planning / Interior Design / Furniture Selection / Experiential Graphic Design

Texas Children’s Hospital North Campus

Austin, Texas

Texas Children’s Hospital is excited to reveal images of its freestanding hospital for children and women in Austin, offering the public a first look at this innovative, state-of-theart facility. The hospital is also excited to share the address of its new hospital: 9835 North Lake Creek Parkway.

Set to open in Q1 2024, this $485 million project will bring a top tier children and women’s hospital to the city. Recently, the hospital made multiple public notices as construction and building plans continue toward an anticipated spring 2021 groundbreaking.

The renderings – created by design, architecture and engineering firm, Page – give a first look at the 365,000-square-foot, 52-bed hospital. To address the need for expanded pediatric, fetal and Ob/Gyn care in the Central Texas area, the hospital will include neonatal intensive care, pediatric intensive care, operating rooms, epilepsy monitoring, sleep center, emergency center, fetal center for advanced fetal interventions and fetal surgery with a special high risk delivery unit, state-of-the-art diagnostic imaging, acute care, an on-site Texas Children’s Urgent Care location and more than 1,200 free parking spaces.


Project Size

365,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Master Planning / Architecture / Design

Services / Planning / Programming / Interior Design

UT Southwestern Medical Center, Harold C. Simmons

Comprehensive Cancer Center and Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute

Dallas, Texas

One building, two towers, infinite possibilities in the fight to eliminate brain disease and cancer. The University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) Medical Center is looking to positively impact countless individuals’ healthcare outcomes in the next hundred years through critical, person-centered, empathetic care.

UTSW is home to the North Texas region’s only NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center. Paired with the internationally recognized brain institute, the medical center’s positive patient experience was the guiding force behind the new complex’s design.

As part of the master plan for the North Campus development, the Outpatient Cancer Care Tower and the Research Tower of the Brain Institute support strategic priorities: research, training, and clinical services related to the brain and cancer. The goal? Eliminate brain disease and cancer altogether.


Project Size

269,650 Square Feet

Service Provided

Architecture / Interior Design / Lab Planning / Equipment Planning / Signage & Wayfinding

“We expect this outpatient cancer care tower to be not only the exceptional destination for those with a cancer diagnosis in Dallas and in surrounding areas seeking the latest standards of care, but also a shining light of clinical investigation, innovation, and progress.”

Specialty Care

UNC Rex Healthcare NC Heart & Vascular Hospital

Raleigh, North Carolina

UNC REX Healthcare built the new Heart & Vascular (H&V) Hospital to bring the most advanced technology to their community, gather top specialists in one location, and teach others how to lead heart-healthy lives.

Every aspect of UNC REX’s design balances rapid medical response and advanced technology with a calming environment. Upon arrival, the high-tech exterior conveys a promise of quality modern healthcare, while the curved form offers a warm welcome. A healing garden, linked paths, and courtyards blend the modern facilities with the serene landscape.

Every second is crucial when the heart is distressed. LEAN design allows for efficiency in urgent situations. There are two hybrid procedure rooms specifically designed for the latest minimally invasive procedures and equipped with the most advanced imaging systems. The cath labs operate in the same-hand position in relation to their control room, giving the physician a clear side-view of the patient, optimizing time and performance. Oversized elevators improve case cart turnaround times – making sterile supplies readily available.


Project Size

306,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Programming / Planning / Design / Construction Documents / Construction Administration

MD Anderson Regional Cancer Center

The Woodlands, Texas

MD Anderson has been “Making Cancer History” for decades. This prototype project is one of three regional care centers in the Houston area, strategically delivering MD Anderson oncology services to Houston’s growing suburban population. Now centralized into a three-story, freestanding comprehensive cancer center, The Woodlands offers convenient access to world-class cancer care.

MD Anderson’s full roster of oncology services is provided by team members trained as cancer-fighting allies. New diagnostic services include bronchoscopy, endoscopy, and interventional radiology. A post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) with up to 17 positions serves the diagnostic area.

The Center offers everything you need in one location, including infusion therapy, laboratory and pharmacy services, rehabilitation, pain management, nutrition counseling, social work support, and genetic counseling. A women’s imaging center offers mammography, ultrasound, and other technologies for screening and diagnosis, all in a spa-like environment.


Project Size

210,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

Design / Programming / Documentation / Construction Administration / Interiors

“As our city has continued to grow and medical services in The Woodlands have continued to expand, it’s been very clear to us here at MD Anderson that we need to be able to do what I call bringing the organization to the patients.”

Department of Veterans Affairs James A. Haley Veterans Hospital

Tampa, Florida

The James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital Bed Tower project includes a new, 5-story hospital bed tower of approximately 220,000 squarefeet of new construction and 5,000 square-feet of renovation.

The new facility features 96 med surge patient beds and 40 ICU patient beds on a large existing VA campus. The Tower creates a new front door for the campus and serves the patient and visitors with a new large friendly lobby, a light-filled dining facility and outdoor courtyard. The exterior envelope design utilizes durable precast concrete panels in the color of the campus brick. Within these carefully detailed panels, a series of generous windows bring healing natural daylight to enter the patient rooms as well as public and service spaces. The massing of the tower is shaped to facilitate the natural daylight strategies, and creates a cohesive and efficient circulation system.


Project Size

220,000 Square Feet (New Construction)

5,000 Square Feet (Renovation)

Service Provided

Architecture / FF&E / Fire Protection Engineering /

Interior Design / Mechanical Engineering / Medical Planning / Project Management /Sustainability / Wayfinding

Federal Healthcare

Desmond Doss Health Clinic at Schofield Barracks

Wahiawa, Hawaii

The facility resides within the existing, historic Schofield Barracks medical campus and contains Dental, Behavioral Health and Physical Therapy outpatient services. Each of these clinical departments resides on a dedicated floor within the 3-level building. Designed to achieve LEED Silver Certification, the new Clinic has been carefully developed to integrate seamlessly into the existing historic fabric, while utilizing innovative architectural and engineering concepts. Concise and clear wayfinding from a new, nearby parking structure promotes an intuitive and positive visitor experience. Occupied and non-occupied roof garden areas offer healingand peaceful environments available to patients and staff.


Project Size

73,000 Square Feet

Service Provided

LEED Silver Certification / Programming Planning / Outpatient / Behavioral Health

Page has dedicated small/special projects divisions that include architects and interior designers who understand the challenges that owners face when implementing capital projects.

Our experience creates a strong appreciation for — and commitment to — an owner’s needs. We’ve done hundreds of small, complex healthcare interior renovation and fit-out projects through master service agreements and ID/IQ contracts. The majority of Page’s work on clinic facilities and hospitals has involved occupied buildings. As a result, we are experts at planning and coordinating the phasing issues that characterize these projects to minimize the disruption to existing operations. No two projects are exactly alike; therefore, developing a proper phasing plan involves the efforts of both the architect and the owner. During the design and construction phases of our renovation and expansion projects, Page works closely with facility management, staff, and users to minimize disruption to operations and to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the renovation/expansion process.

UCHealth, Longs Peak Hospital, Pulmonology Longmont, Colorado UCHealth, Longs Peak Hospital, Med-Surg Longmont, Colorado Texas Chilren’s Hospital, West Tower, Radiology Houston, Texas

Special Projects

Duke Health, Arringdon Ambulatory Care Center Arringdon, North Carolina Texas Chilren’s Hospital, West Tower, Pharmacy Renovation Houston, Texas

We develop customized health solutions for every project through close client collaboration. Our Page interdisciplinary teams also include nurses, clinical experts, PhDs, administrators and guest advocates. This integrated approach balances the needs of our clients, their communities and the demands of everchanging economics and new technologies.

While at the same time we bring the best in medical advancements and technology into practice, we also recognize the preservation of cultural traditions, and the unique impact a country’s heritage will have on the project development. With the design of the Royal Naval Hospital in Jubail, Saudi Arabia over 30 years ago, Page expanded its services beyond the U.S., and has practiced continuously in the Middle East.

Our international work in not only the healthcare industry, but also education, commercial, technology and government sectors, has helped Page gain a thorough understanding of the impact that cultural and regional issues have on the planning and design of facilities. That knowledge and dedication to indigenous cultural understanding is exemplified in the ongoing facility planning Page has conducted for the Hamad Medical Corporation and State of Qatar. Page has been influential in developing a roadmap for the next generation’s healthcare infrastructure quality standards, service distribution and delivery alignments, while also guiding the continuum of healthcare allocation and advancing the health vision of this Middle Eastern country.

With over a century of architecture, engineering and consulting experience around the globe, Page is proud to present our award-winning healthcare portfolio, created espcially for the development of the state of the art facilities internationally

Haif HospitalJubail, Riyadh, KSA

International Healthcare

Kuwait University College of Social Sciences

Kuwait SABIC Technology Center - J2 Jubail, KSA

Every building project starts with a Pre-design or Planning phase to identify the rationale for the facilities we design. These early steps may include:

Strategic Planning

These studies typically involve facilitating meetings with a board or committee to help build consensus. They may include SWOT Analyses (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats), Scenario Planning, exploration of multiple strategies to address alternative futures and the use of other strategic planning techniques.

Strategic Facility Planning

Many clients seek our help to determine their long-term facility demand and capital forecasts. We typically start with a Facility Condition Assessment, translate the business forecasts into facility estimates, then develop block planning options to evaluate the sequence of upgrades, renovations, expansions, new construction and moves needed. These studies provide input to an organization’s Capital Plan.

Master Planning

Prior to building a new building, someone must decide how much land is needed and how it will be used. Page can assist by identifying the facility needs, then developing land use studies in order to evaluate options, identifying a logical sequence of growth over time and planning in long-term flexibility.

Facility Programming

Prior to beginning design, owners first need to document their detailed requirements and expectations for the facility. At Page, we assist our clients in this phase with an organized, analytical and inclusive process that we call Dynamic Listening©. It is based on the Problem Seeking methodology and includes Lean tools to help our clients analyze and document their quantitative and qualitative needs, prioritized to fit within their schedule and budget.

UNC Rex Healthcare Raleigh, North Carolina

Master Planning

Norman Regional Health System Master Planning Norman, Oklahoma University Hospitals, Cleveland Medical Center Cleveland, Ohio

As designers and planners, we have a tremendous impact on the world around us and take this responsibility seriously. We believe that every design solution should make lives better.

Experiential Design

Navigate, Experience, Interact

EGD fosters a practical, beneficial relationship between users and their spaces through wayfinding, experiential graphics, and Interactive features. Starting from the pragmatics of “where to find what,” we’ll help you tell your story in ways that orient people to their surroundings, enhance their experience, and invite them to interact with the built environment.

St. Jude Children’s Hospital Memphis, Tennessee Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Egleston Campus Atlanta, Georgia

Experiential Graphics

Driscoll Children’s Hospital, North Pavilon Expansion Corpus Christi, Texas CHRISTUS Health, Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Orlando, Florida

Landscape Architecture

We advocate for your site. The team thinks about how landscapes function and the many sustainable benefits — sequestering carbon, cleaning the air and water, increasing energy efficiency, and restoring habitats. We begin by inventorying and analyzing all aspects of the existing site, which leads to design solutions that respond to the land’s current functions. We invest in our planet through listing predicted energy consumption and percent savings in our buildings, bringing landscape design in-house, and staying curious about how we can advance sustainability in our designs.

Building Sciences

Going Beyoned Sustainability

Page approaches sustainable and regenerative design through the interdisciplinary lens of building science to create higher performing, healthier, more resilient buildings. Grounded in our client’s priorities, we engage a truly integrated process through our “Design for Impact” framework. Together we define each project’s unique sustainability story and strategies to achieve it. Our design process is guided by building performance analysis and evaluated through a triple bottom line economic lens to help our clients make data informed decisions to advance their goals.

Predictive Analytics

Some clients have situations that are very data-intensive or for which they desire independent data-driven analyses. Whether collected through our on-line surveys, gathered from other sources or created through our simulation models, we know how to analyze and summarize data to help our clients make better-informed decisions. Our simulation models can also be used during design to help optimize building layouts.


Landscape Architecture / Building Sciences

A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital

Advocate Children’s Hospital

Advocate Christ Medical Center

AFLAC Cancer Center at Egleston

AI Dupont for Children

Al Khalidi Hospital (JV)

Albany Medical Center

American Mission Hospital

Amsterdam Memorial Hospital

Anson County Hospital

Arnold Palmer Children’s Hospital

Atlanta Medical Center

Atlantic Health, Morristown Memorial Hospital

Awali Hospital (JV)

Banner Health

Baptist Health, Weaver Tower at Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Baptist Medical Center

Bay Area Regional Medical Center

Baylor All Saints Women’s Hospital

Baylor College of Medicine

Baylor Medical Center

Baylor Scott & White

Billings Clinic

Biomedical Education

Brackenridge Children’s Hospital of Austin

Brackenridge Hospital (JV)

Brazosport Memorial Hospital

Bridgeport Doctors’ Hospital

Camden Medical Park

Central Manchester & Manchester University

Centura Colorado Springs

Centura Health

Charlotte Kimelman Cancer Center

CHI St Joseph Manor, Continuing Care Retirement Community

CHI St. Joseph, New Bed Tower

CHI St. Joseph, St. Joseph Oaks Rehabilitation Hospital

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, New Orleans, Philadelphia, San Antonio

Children’s Medical Center Legacy

Children’s Medical Center of Dallas

Children’s Hospital at Community Hospital

CHOA, Egleston, Scottish Rite Campus

Chowan Hospital


Collom & Carney Clinic

Columbus Regional Health System

Comanche County Memorial Hospital

Craven Regional Medical Center

CUNY Sophie Davis School of

DeBakey-Aliyev Cardiovascular Center

Department of Veterans Affairs

Depelchin Children’s Center

Doctors’ Regional Medical Center

Driscoll Children’s Hospital

Duke University Medical Center

East Texas Physician’s Alliance

ECU Brody School of Medicine

ECU School of Dental Medicine

Ellis Hospital

Emory University, Winship Cancer Institute

Exempla Healthcare

FirstHealth Richmond Memorial Hospital

Fort Bragg Medical Clinic (USACE)

Fort Dix Hospital (USACE)

Four Winds Hospital, Saratoga

General Care Centers (JV)

Georgia Regents University Children’s Medical Center

Georgia Regional Hospital

Grady Health System

Greenville Hospital Systems

Greenwood Leflore Hospital

Gwinnett Investment Group Cardiology Center

Hackensack-Meridian Health System

Halifax Memorial Hospital

Hamad Medical Corporation

Harbor Hospital Center

Harlem Hospital Center

Harris County Hospital District

Harris Methodist, Hurst, Fort Worth, Southwest


Health Science Center, Institute for Molecular Medicine

Healthcare for the Homeless - Houston

Healthcare Realty Trust

Hermann Hospital

Hopkins County Memorial Hospital

Hospital de San Juan Bautista, Villahermosa

Hospital Interamericano de Medicina Avanzada

Houston Methodist Hospital System

Inonu University Teaching Hospital

Intermountain Health Care, Valley View Hospital

Jacksonville Ambulatory Health Center

Jacobi Medical Center

Jinzhou New Area Medical Center

Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital

Johns Hopkins Health System

Johnston Memorial Hospital

Kaiser Permanente Eagle and Summit County

Kao Hsiung Veterans’ General Hospital


Kennedy Krieger Institute

King Abdul Aziz Royal Naval Hospital

Kosair Children’s Hospitals

Larimer County

Lenoir Memorial Hospital

Littleton Adventist Hospital

Lutheran General Hospital

Lutheran Medical Center

Maria Parham Medical Center

Marquette General Hospital and Cancer Treatment Center

Martin General Hospital

Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital

MD Anderson Cancer Center

Medical Center Hospital

Medical City Khasm Al Aan (JV)

Medical College of Virginia

Medical University of South Carolina

Memorial / Sisters of Charity Health Network

Memorial College of Georgia, Children’s Medical Center

Memorial Healthcare Systems, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital

Memorial Hermann Cypress Hospital

Memorial Hermann Health System

Mercy Health Center, Walmart Pharmacy

Meridian Health Jersey Shore University

Mission Hospitals

Missouri Department of Mental Health, Fulton State Hospital

Montgomery College

Morristown Memorial Hospital Cancer Center

Nash Health Care System

National Naval Medical Center

Page Select Healthcare Clients

National Taiwan University (JV)

NC Correctional Institution for Women

Nemours Children’s Hospital

New Hanover Regional Medical Center

New York Medical College at Westchester Medical Ct

North Oaks Medical Center

Northern Health Authority of British Columbia

Northwell Health

NYU Polytechnic

NYU School of Dentistry

NYU School of Nursing

Obstetrical Gynecological Associates (OGA)

Ocean Medical Center

Oklahoma Heart Hospital System

Onslow Memorial Hospital

Orlando Regional Health System

Oschner Cancer Center (Medical Planning)

OSF ST. Francis Medical Center, Children’s Hospital of Illinois

Palmetto Health

Peebles Replacement Hospital

Physiological Training Facility

Piedmont Hospital, Piedmont Spine Center

Pitt County Hospital

Platte Valley Medical Center

Polly Ryon Hospital

Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

Prince Hamza Medical Center (JV)

Qatar National Health Facility Master Plan

Radiology Complex & Women’s Imaging Center

Randolph Hospital

Region Hovedstaden, Bispebjerg Somatic Hospital

Rex UNC Health Care

Riverview Hospital

Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

Ronald McDonald House of Charities

Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation

Rowan Regional Medical Center

Royal Saudi Naval Base

Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital, DCDMH

Saint Francis Health System

Salmaniya Medical Center (JV)

Sarasota Memorial Hospital Center for Women

Saudi Arabian National Guard Hospital

Scientific Research Center and Liver Hospital (JV)

SCL Health Platte Valley, Community Hospital

Scott & White Hospital

Sherwood Forest Hospital

Sitrin Health Center

Specialty Care Center (JV)

St. Clare’s Hospital

St. Joseph Regional Health System, Bryan, Texas

St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital

St. Mary’s Hospital for Women

St. Peter’s Hospital

Stamford Health

Stanford University Medical Center

Stanly Regional Medical Center

Suburban Hospital/Johns Hopkins Medicine

SUNY Stonybrook School of Dental Medicine

SUNY Upstate Medical University

Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) Clinic (JV)

Surgical & Diagnostic Center of Sugar Land

Swedish Medical Center

Texas Children’s Hospital

Texoma Medical Center

The Institute for Immunological Disorders

The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research

The University of Iowa Hospitals

The University of Texas Health Science Center

Tidewater Community College

Trinity Medical Center

Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals & Clinics

Tulane Medical Center Hospital


UNC Hospitals

UNC Rex, North Carolina Heart & Vascular Hospital

UNC School of Medicine

United States Army Medical / Dental Clinic (JV)

University at Albany

University Hospital System

University Medical Center

University of Chicago Hospitals

University of Chicago Medicine, Comer Children’s Hospital

University of Colorado Health

University of Louisville

University of Maryland Medical Center

University of New England

University of New Mexico Medical Group

University of Pennsylvania

University of Texas

University of Texas Dental Branch

University of Texas Medical Schools

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

University of Virginia Health System

US Coast Guard

USACE Composite Medical Facilities


USAF - Hawaii Air National Guard

USAF (NATO) Hospital

USAF Dental Clinic

USAF Flight Medicine Clinic

USAF Hospital

USAF Medical Center

USAF Primary Care Clinic

USAF Replacement Clinic

VA Austin Outpatient Clinic

VA Birmingham Primary Care Annex

VA Dallas, Houston, Reno, Tampa

VA Satellite Outpatient Clinic

Valley View Medical Center

Veteran’s Administration

Virginia Commonwealth University

Wake Forest Baptist Health

Wake Forest University

Waterstone Medical Office Building

Watson Army Hospital (USACE)

Wayne Memorial Hospital

Wellstar Health System

West Central Regional Hospital

White Plains Hospital

Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center (JV)

William Beaumont Army Medical Center

Winnie Palmer Woman & Infants NICU Expansion

Winship Cancer Institute

World Health Organization

Yacktman Children’s Pavilion, Lutheran General Hospital











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