Featured Projects

 
 

ACUTE CARE

Anne Arundel Medical Center
Annapolis, Maryland

Greater Baltimore Medical Center
Baltimore, Maryland

Hackerman-Patz Houses
Several Locations

Howard University Hospital
Washington, D.C.

Washington Hospital Center
Washington, D.C.

SENIOR LIVING

Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C.

Doctors Community Rehabilitation
and Patient Care Center

Lanham, Maryland

Ginger Cove
Annapolis, Maryland

OTHER

United States Naval Institute
Annapolis, Maryland

 

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Education Centers

This term, relative to hospitals and healthcare centers probably needs to be redefined.  In the past, education centers have been thought of as conferencing facilities, serving both staff and providing a facility for ever increasing patient education services.  Technology (IT and AV) have made these centers even more flexible, and provided access to the internet and multi-site conferencing.  More and more however, education centers are taking the form of simulation labs that allow hands on staff training in simulated environments, practicing procedures and general patient care.  We have a number of projects involving both of these types of education centers and can bring significant experience to your project.

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Imaging

Our firm’s extensive portfolio of imaging projects range from very sophisticated interventional rooms in acute care settings to outpatient, off-campus facilities.  Keeping abreast of the latest modalities and understanding the associated technical and shielding requirements is very important. However, understanding patient flow and staffing requirements is equally important.  Our goal is develop a project that respects patient privacy and dignity, while also improving throughput and staffing effectiveness.

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Pediatrics

Our portfolio includes both inpatient and outpatient pediatric facilities, ranging from the smallest of infants (NICU Level Three Plus) to inpatient pediatric rehabilitation units. Pediatrics range from infants to young adults and therefore, the environment must appeal to a wide age range.  Whether designing an office for a pediatrician or developing a pediatric emergency department, our goal is to effectively provide care in an environment that minimizes the clinical nature of the space.

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Physician Suites

Our firm has become specialists in developing effective designs for physician office suites.  We have completed approximately 250 projects of this type, ranging from primary care to suites for specialists that often include an ambulatory surgery center or procedure suite as a component of the design.  Sometimes our services are in connection with minor changes to an existing suite to resolve a problem.  However, the majority of these projects are new suites in buildings either designed by us or others. Times are rapidly changing.  Patients are no longer willing to sit in a waiting room for any significant period of time.  They want to be seen in a timely manner.  With reductions in reimbursement, practices also need to move patients through efficiently to be able to increase daily volumes.  New trends in the delivering of primary patient care include patient centered medical home models.  Our designs are based upon years of experience and incorporate new efficient models that still maintain patient dignity and privacy.

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Rehabilitative Medicine

Orthopaedic and rehabilitative medicine is an area of medicine that is growing significantly, primarily due to the aging of the baby boomers.  Delivery of these services occurs in a variety of settings ranging from physician offices to inpatient hospitals.  Services range from sports medicine and joint replacement to post-stroke and traumatic brain injury recovery.  Our client base includes a significant number of orthopaedic practices and both inpatient/outpatient physical therapy and rehabilitative centers.  Our client list includes pediatric and adult inpatient hospitals specializing in this service line.  Our firm’s staff offers extensive experience in this area of medicine.

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Sustainability

Our team at CRGA strongly believes that it is important to address sustainability of the environment in all of our projects regardless of whether we pursue LEED certification. We have several LEED accredited professionals on our staff to guide the project through the LEED certification process. As partners in the healthcare industry, we are compelled to design environments that can support a healing environment for patients, their families and the hospital staff, and we take our role seriously. CRGA led the design team for the new 300,000 SF Acute Care Pavilion Addition for Anne Arundel Medical Center, which was the first hospital in the state of Maryland to receive the distinction of LEED GOLD. 

AAMC also received the Maryland Trailblazer Award for commitment to pollution prevention and demonstration of environmental leadership and was recognized by USGBC for “LEEDing the Way for Healthcare.” Whether or not LEED certification is pursued, CRGA believes that it is our responsibility to be good stewards of the environment on each and every project in which we are involved. Whether the project entails renovation or new construction, we believe it is important to provide the most energy efficient project possible within the confines of the project.

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