Thank you to all who joined us for our Recentric Investor Series Webinar on The Impact of COVID-19 on Pediatric Care.
Bill Repichowskyj, Partner at E4H Environments for Health Architecture and Jennifer Arbuckle, Author at E4H, a health care architect firm based in Dallas, TX shared valuable insights about how Pediatric Care Facilities will be impacted post-COVID-19.
About Our Guests
With over four decades of experience, E4H Environments for Health is committed exclusively to the design of innovative health facilities. As a nationally recognized architecture firm, E4H’s team of future-focused strategists and visionary healthcare architects create flexible, state-of-the-art facilities designed to enhance the well-being of patients, staff, and families.
Jennifer Arbuckle, AIA, NCARB, Leed AP, Partner
Jennifer has nearly 30 years of architectural experience in all types of health facilities. She has guided many projects from initial master planning and programming through design and construction. She has worked on projects across the northeast ranging from Children’s Hospitals such as Blythedale Children’s Hospital to Community Medical Centers.
Bill Repichowsky, AIA, NCARB, Partner
As a partner and design leader for healthcare projects, Bill has over 30 years of experience. He has worked both nationally and internationally on a large variety of healthcare project types and sizes, ranging from academic medical centers to outpatient clinics for health systems. His pediatric design work includes Northwell Health’s Cohen Children’s Medical Center of New York.
- What are the unintended consequences impacting pediatric care as it relates to their physical space compared to delivering care pre-COVID-19?
- Are we seeing discussions of consolidation of smaller lease spaces, and going with one larger space to streamline operations?
- As it related to tele-health, are practices needing more lease space to accommodate individual doctors needing their own recording space?