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HEALTHCARE


In partnership with our clients, Perkins Eastman creates environments that promote healing and instill comfort through innovative, high-performance solutions.

North Shore-LIJ Health System Lenox Health Greenwich Village New York, NY, USA

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Creativity. Humanity. Purpose.

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WHETHER WE ARE MASTERPLANNING

a medical center campus, designing a new hospital, or modernizing aging facilities, our goal is to create environments that meet all of modern healthcare’s human, technical, and financial needs for the short and long term. We are adept at designing for the specialized requirements of all types of healthcare services and have a concentrated depth of experience in cancer care, cardiac care, emergency medicine, ambulatory care centers, surgical facilities, and diagnostic imaging suites.

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COLLABORATION is fundamental to our practice. The foundation of success for any project is an experienced group of technical professionals with deep expertise. We are proud of the healthcare leadership team we have assembled at Perkins Eastman, and we believe any project can benefit from their extensive medical planning, design, and implementation skills. Our merger with top California healthcare design firm LBL Architects allows us to field the best healthcare design teams for projects around the country and around the globe.

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PLANNING FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH AND CHANGE

Mayo Clinic’s Destination Medical Center Perkins Eastman’s design for Rochester’s Destination Medical Center sets the vision for Minnesota’s largest development project, positioning Mayo Clinic as the world’s premier center for health while transforming

downtown Rochester. This masterplanning project establishes six unique focal points designed for all ages to live, work, play, and thrive in Rochester—anchoring the growth of the city for the next 20 years.

Destination Medical Center Downtown Development Rochester, MN, USA

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1. Duke University Hospital Master Plan Durham, NC, USA

4. Shanghai International Medical Zone Shanghai, China

2. Providence Saint John’s Health Center Master Plan Santa Monica, CA, USA

5. Longwood Medical Area District Planning Study Boston, MA, USA

3. Hospital Luis Vernaza Master Plan Guayaquil, Ecuador

PLANNING FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH AND CHANGE

6. LAC+USC Medical Center Master Plan Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Often the first step in our services for healthcare clients is development of a flexible framework that will guide long-term growth and change. Campus masterplanning needs to recognize short- and long-term objectives. The common ground of both must be to create a robust, high-technology platform that can support complex diagnostic

and treatment functions that change as needed. An integrated plan also needs to recognize its cultural and environmental setting so the overall impact is greater than the sum of its parts. The design that emerges from the planning process enriches our clients’ development and growth strategies.

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The groundbreaking work of these institutions informs all of our healthcare work.

TRANSFORMATION TO THE NEXTGENERATION ACADEMIC MEDICAL CENTER The academic medical center is fundamentally based on four interacting components— research, education, clinical care, and wellness and prevention. As the engine for innovation and advancement of clinical protocols, their ultimate objective is to

cure and prevent disease. The healthcare networks they control benefit from the development of opportunities to collaborate and coordinate and thereby offer cohesive levels of care throughout the system. 1

3 1. University of Virginia Health System Radiology Department Master Plan and Design Charlottesville, VA, USA

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2. Duke University Hospital Emergency Department Durham, NC, USA 3. University of Pennsylvania Health System Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine Philadelphia, PA, USA

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4. Stanford University Medical Center Palo Alto, CA, USA A. New Stanford Hospital

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B. Existing Hospital Projects: Repurposing Master Plan; Boswell Lobby Remodel; Various Additional Facility Improvements and Modernizations

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Committed to providing community hospitals with expertise tailored to their needs.

1-2. LAC High Desert Health System High Desert Regional Health Center Lancaster, CA, USA 3. Marin General Hospital Hospital Replacement Greenbrae, CA, USA

PATIENT-CENTERED CARE AT COMMUNITY MEDICAL CENTERS Community hospitals provide essential primary and secondary care that is accessible to patients and their families and responsive to the cultural base of their communities. The best new facilities are easy to access and navigate and provide services and amenities for families and

staff—similar to a small village. They are equipped with diagnostic and treatment facilities that support the latest modalities and protocols and are designed to be the introduction to the medical system when healthcare services are required.

4. White Plains Hospital Center Modernization & Renovation White Plains, NY, USA 5. Cottage Health System Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara, CA, USA 6. Saint Vincent’s Medical Center Major Modernization Bridgeport, CT, USA 7. Hudson Valley Hospital Center Major Modernization Cortlandt Manor, NY, USA

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8. Cottage Health System Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara, CA, USA

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ADVANCES IN CANCER CARE Perkins Eastman has designed more than 40 major cancer treatment facilities in the United States and around the world. Cancer treatment usually involves many clinical visits, and the facilities must respond to the very unique and personal needs of each patient. As cancer increasingly becomes a chronic disease treated in an outpatient setting, buildings need to be designed to engage with the life of

1. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Breast and Imaging Center New York, NY, USA 2. New York-Presbyterian Hospital The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell—Radiation Oncology New York, NY, USA

each patient and their caregivers. Cancer facilities must also reflect the science behind today’s quickly developing research. Translational cancer centers produce rapid advances in treatment including new drugs, viral delivery methods, and genetic protocols. Facilities that synthesize new treatment options from their latest research are at the forefront of cancer care.

3. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Breast and Imaging Center New York, NY, USA 4. Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Infusion Center Renovation Los Angeles, CA, USA

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20 YEARS OF INNOVATION AT MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER Since 1993 Perkins Eastman has been privileged to be the architect for more than 20 projects at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), including four groundbreaking outpatient facilities. We are proud to be associated with an institution as renowned for research as for patient care. Over the course of our collaboration we have assisted them in remaking their New York City clinical platform, enabling them to carry out their patient-first mission. The transformation began with the Rockefeller Outpatient Pavilion, which upon its opening in 1997 established a new paradigm for ambulatory cancer care. For the next two decades we were engaged to develop numerous critical projects that developed their inpatient and outpatient capabilities. These projects include the International Center, Special Inpatient Suites, New

Surgical Platform, and several other inpatient facilities. In 2010 the standalone Evelyn H. Lauder Breast and Imaging Center opened, once again creating a new paradigm. We are currently involved in the final construction stages of the Josie Robertson Surgery Center, which will incorporate the latest advancements of outpatient surgery for gynecological and prostate cancers. Our latest groundbreaking project with MSKCC is the David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care. The project includes 750,000 sf of clinical space for the most acute cancer patients. Its second phase is a healthcare educational facility for Hunter College, in association with Ennead Architects. Its completion in 2019 will mark more than a quarter-century of Perkins Eastman’s work for this transformative healthcare institution.

1. Breast and Imaging Center New York, NY, USA

7. Surgical Platform New York, NY, USA

2-3. International Center New York, NY, USA

8. David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care CUNY/Hunter College Science and Health Professions Building • New York, NY, USA

4. Surgical Platform New York, NY, USA 5. Josie Robertson Surgery Center New York, NY, USA 6. Laurance S. Rockefeller Outpatient Pavilion New York, NY, USA (not depicted in map below)

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9. Special Inpatient Suites New York, NY, USA 10. Ambulatory Surgery New York, NY, USA • Project developed in association with Ennead Architects

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DELIVERING ADVANCED CARE IN AN AMBULATORY SETTING

VA Long Beach Medical Center Blind Rehabilitation Center, Outpatient Clinic, and Educational Resource Center Long Beach, CA, USA

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DELIVERING ADVANCED CARE IN AN AMBULATORY SETTING Ambulatory clinics have become an increasingly central part of the healthcare delivery system. These are the high-technology patient care delivery platforms of our time and will be for the foreseeable future. To plan for the growing importance of this typology, clients and architects must work together to design sustainable, flexible projects that address

both the technological and the human elements. Increasingly, they incorporate tertiary care specialties. Because much of our practice is focused on the complex urban environments on the east and west coasts of the United States, these buildings represent a high proportion of our work.

1. Mount Sinai Health System Center for Advanced Medicine New York, NY, USA

3-5. North Shore-LIJ Health System Lenox Health Greenwich Village New York, NY, USA

2. New York Methodist Hospital Center for Community Health Brooklyn, NY, USA

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1. UC Davis Medical Center Telemedicine Resource Center and RURAL–Prime Facility Sacramento, CA, USA

3. University of Connecticut Health Center Ambulatory Care Pavilion Farmington, CT, USA

2. Queens Hospital Center Ambulatory Care Pavilion Queens, NY, USA

4. Kernersville Veterans Affairs Health Care Center Kernersville, NC, USA

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5. New York Methodist Hospital Center for Community Health Brooklyn, NY, USA 6. Westchester Medical Center Ambulatory Care Pavilion Valhalla, NY, USA

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HIGHLY FOCUSED SPECIALTY ENVIRONMENTS Facilities for specialty treatment centers must be sensitive to medically nuanced programs and fulfill the specific needs of their medical staff and patients. The design of these facilities often relies on technical know-how and understanding of planning

requirements that go beyond the usual healthcare programs. To better service these clients, Perkins Eastman has developed collaborative relationships with strategic partners who understand the particularly unique needs of these environments.

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1. New York Eye & Ear Infirmary OR/PACU Renovation New York, NY, USA

3. New York University Medical Center Cardiac and Vascular Center New York, NY, USA

5. Danbury Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Danbury, CT, USA

2. Hospital for Special Surgery Ambulatory Surgery Center New York, NY, USA

4. United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Suffolk Diagnostic and Treatment Center Islip, NY, USA

6. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Donald W. Reynolds Center on Aging Little Rock, AR, USA

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Pediatric facilities that engage children and provide superior care.

HEALING ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN Pediatric hospitals must accommodate the unique requirements of this important population. The complexities of the developmental care required for this medically fragile population require in turn a fully responsive, sensory-sensitive hospital environment. The interior

design needs to be appealing, comforting, and clear to children and their parents, who are already in a state of alarm. In addition to acute care facilities, Perkins Eastman has also designed facilities to accommodate longterm supportive care for special needs children.

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1 1. Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center Yonkers, NY, USA

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2. Danbury Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Danbury, CT, USA 3. Duke University Hospital Emergency Department Durham, NC, USA 4-5. Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center Yonkers, NY, USA 6. New York University Medical Center Child Study Center New York, NY, USA

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MODERN CLINICAL ENVIRONMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL SETTINGS Designing international facilities requires an understanding of local culture, climate, codes, and construction technology. Building projects across diverse global settings means there is no one template that works for every client. Some projects demand cutting-edge, world-class facilities, while other solutions must be adapted for the local marketplace’s healthcare

4 1. Sheikh Khalifa Specialist Hospital Ras Al Khaimah, UAE 2. Trillium Health Centre Trillium Way Toronto, ON, Canada

capabilities and construction practices. For those projects, striking a delicate balance between a desire for the latest technologies and the local economy is key. Sometimes we design new institutions where the clinical team is not yet in place. In this case we must advocate for the needs of the future clinical team and their patients.

3. Wuxi Taihu New Town Women’s & Children’s Hospital Wuxi, China 4. Rabin Medical Center Davidoff Comprehensive Cancer Center Petach Tikva, Israel 5. Dubai Health Authority Al Maktoum Accident and Emergency Hospital Dubai, UAE

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PROFILE 2017 Perkins Eastman is an international planning, design, and consulting firm that was founded in New York City in 1981. Today the firm has ten other offices in North America, as well as offices in Shanghai, PRC; Mumbai, India; Dubai, UAE; and Guayaquil, Ecuador. The firm has a professional staff of 1000 consisting of architects, interior designers, planners, urban designers, landscape architects, graphic designers, 32

construction specification writers, construction administrators, economists, environmental analysts, traffic and transportation engineers, and several other professional disciplines. Perkins Eastman is also the parent firm to several affiliated companies that provide specialized complementary capabilities in community planning, environmental impact analysis, landscape design, environmental

graphic design and wayfinding, economic analysis, broadcast media and acoustic design, retail planning, and large-scale mixed-use planning and design. Perkins Eastman has proven skills and experience in 14 major practice areas and has completed innovative awardwinning projects in each. To date the firm has won more than 450 awards for planning and design excellence and

has completed projects in 46 states and over 40 countries. Currently the firm’s projects range from small renovations and additions for our many long-term-relationship clients to large new healthcare and educational campuses, major mixed-use developments, and entire new cities. Office Location Countries Worked In 33


CREATIVITY. HUMANITY. PURPOSE. This mission statement shapes our firm’s core mission and creates a practical framework for us to fulfill our role as advisers, planners, architects, and interior designers. By bringing our professional skills and a deep understanding of our clients’ mission, business model, and operations, we can partner to benefit the quality of life of the people who live, work, play, learn, age, and heal within the environments we plan and design. Creative design guided by humanity, purpose, and innovation results in a better quality of life and responsible environmental stewardship.

PRACTICE AREAS Perkins Eastman has 14 specialized Practice Areas. Each Practice Area is led by one or more principals supported by a team of senior staff. This leadership team brings extensive experience to each project and focuses on the issues that lead to success and innovation.

AFFILIATES BFJ PLANNING: planning, urban design, environmental analysis, real estate consulting, transportation planning URBANOMICS: forecasting, modeling, real estate market analysis, economic development, economic and fiscal impacts RGR LANDSCAPE: site planning, landscape design, ecological design RUSSELL DESIGN: branding, environmental graphics, online media EE&K: large-scale urban redevelopment, transportation and infrastructure, waterfronts—with a focus on placemaking FORRESTPERKINS: hospitality and luxury residential interiors 34

Front Cover: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care CUNY/Hunter College Science and Health Professions Building • New York, NY, USA

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