HGA has won three Honor Roll Awards in the 2020 annual Minnesota Physician’s Health Care Architecture Honor Roll recognizing outstanding achievement in new facilities design.
The winning projects include PrairieCare Medical Group, Intensive Outpatient Programming in Rochester; Abbott Northwestern Hospital Richard M. Schulze Center of Excellence in Neurological Care in Minneapolis; and Mayo Clinic, Saint Marys Children’s Hospital Atrium Lobby Renovation in Rochester.
PrairieCare’s new Rochester facility provides Intensive Outpatient Programming to children, adolescents, and adults struggling with mental illness within an uplifting, light-filled environment. Connection to nature is reinforced through abundant glass, which minimizes the barrier between interior and exterior space.
The Abbott Northwestern Hospital Richard M. Schulze Center of Excellence in Neurological Care provides state-of-the-art care for patients with complex conditions such as brain tumors, sleep disorders, strokes, concussions, Alzheimer’s disease, and seizures. Best practices and technologies to support patient safety are deployed throughout the unit, while natural materials and imagery promote a sense of calm.
The Mayo Clinic Children’s Center at Saint Marys Campus in Rochester provides care to children and adolescents from around the United States and countries throughout the world. As part of this project, the two-level lobby was redesigned to act as a special harbor for children, utilizing the healing powers of nature to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being—and to provide the best care to every child every day.
About the Awards
Winners were chosen by Minnesota Physician, and include nominees of projects designed for patient care and completed prior to January 1, 2020 in the state of Minnesota.
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