Design or Redesign a Safe Health Care Facility
For your next construction or renovation project, build in safety early on with Safe Health DesignTM expertise from JCI.
Our expert team collaborates with yours–architects, engineers, construction managers, clinical leaders, and staff–to ensure that decisions meet JCI standards, evidence-based design principles, and global best practices. This comprehensive approach helps you to create physical environments that foster safety, quality, and operational effectiveness.
From start to finish, rely on Safe Health Design consultants as a cost-effective way to integrate Joint Commission knowledge into your built environment. Our team includes administrators, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and facility engineers with at least 20 years of experience in health care operations and patient-focused design trends.
A Safe Health Design team can engage at any stage of your project.
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Replacement facility for urban multihospital system in the Middle East
Safe Health Design consultants were involved in all project phases including: design review, process revisions for safety and efficiency, preparation for occupancy, and initiation of the JCI accreditation process.
Solutions covered a wide array of areas, including design of:
Disinfection system to meet standards for safe care and accreditation
Improved patient flow in obstetrics, NICU, ICU, emergency department, and surgery
Patient- and family-centered care elements to meet the hospital’s strategic goals
Bariatric care to meet special service needs
Processes to reduce inefficiencies
Simulation model for pre-occupancy testing
Quality planning materials for accreditation
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"Collaborating with my colleagues to build hospitals that meet leading-edge safety and quality and quality standards is the best job in the world. I have devoted my career to safe environments and I truly enjoy working with enlightened organizational leaders who understand the value of building safety into their facility projects."
- Kathy Reno, PhD, MBA, RN, EDAC
Safe Health Design Managing Consultant, JCI