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  1. Perspectives on Growing a Healthcare InstitutionDiverse Trends in Facility Planning and Development NEHES 2010 Fall Conference October 3-6, 2010 Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Presented by Robby Robertson, Vice President of Facilities & Real Estate Services, Winchester Hospital John Duraes, Director of Engineering, Women & Infants Hospital Daniel Dunn, FACHE, Senior Vice President of Operations, Wentworth-Douglass Hospital Moderated by Rob Smedberg, Associate, VHB/VanasseHangen Brustlin, Inc.

  2. Perspectives & Trends Delivering the best healing environments

  3. Perspectives on Growing a Healthcare Institution Learning objectives

  4. Objective #1: • How an organization’s structure impacts decision-making concerning capital improvements • Healthcare systems • Independent hospitals • Large vs. small

  5. Objective #2: • How to facilitate the input of stakeholders throughout the planning-design-construction cycle • Medical staffs • Patients • Hospital managements • Professional staffs • Boards of trustees

  6. Objective #3: • Identification of typical design/construction challenges, and solutions to address them • Project management • Community involvement • Regulatory requirements • Construction logistics

  7. Perspectives on Growing a Healthcare Institution Introduction to the panel

  8. Robby RobertsonVice President of Facilities & Real Estate ServicesWinchester Hospital John DuraesDirector of EngineeringWomen & Infants Hospital Daniel Dunn, FACHESenior Vice President of OperationsWentworth-Douglass Hospital

  9. Winchester HospitalWinchester, Massachusetts • Nonprofit, acute care, independent community hospital • Founded 1912 • 229 beds • >2,600 employees • >700 physicians

  10. Women & Infants HospitalProvidence, Rhode Island • Member of Care New England Health System • Regional perinatal center for southeastern New England • Teaching affiliate at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University • 167 adult beds and 80 NICU beds • >3,000 employees • 48 off-campus locations

  11. Wentworth-Douglass HospitalDover, New Hampshire • Largest acute care hospital in Seacoast region • Founded 1906 • 178 beds • Seacoast Cancer Center – regional medical oncology services

  12. Perspectives on Growing a Healthcare Institution Panel Discussion

  13. Lessons Learned • Impact of organizational structure on decision-making process • Stakeholder input and consensus-building • Design/construction challenges and solutions

  14. Perspectives on Growing a Healthcare Institution Questions?