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Event: Healthcare Facilities Designed for COVID-19 Safety

HGA’s Alanna Carter and Amy Douma speak about how healthcare facilities are adapting to COVID-19.
Program: REWORK: Healthcare Facilities Designed for COVID-19 Safety

Date: Friday, May 29

Time: 12:00 pm CT

Virtual Panel: Chris Hudson (moderator, Architecture MN), Alanna Carter (HGA), Amy Douma (HGA), and Dr. Carolyn McClain (The Urgency Room)

The COVID-19 pandemic has already changed how healthcare is delivered around the world. In response to the pandemic, the design of healthcare facilities will need to change as well. Join a panel of experts from Minnesota’s architecture and healthcare communities to hear about near- and long-term considerations in redesigning these spaces to reduce COVID-19 risks faced by patients, front-line healthcare workers, and facilities staff.

The REWORK: Healthcare Facilities Designed for COVID-19 Safety webinar is part of the Future of Design series from AIA Minnesota. In addition to this panel, arts & culture experts from HGA will be speaking on the Arts & Cultural Spaces Designed for COVID-19 Safety panel on May 26th.

For registration information, visit AIA Minnesota.

HGA has created a hub for our insights and reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic as architects, engineers, interior designers, and problem solvers. Follow the conversation here.