Environmentally conscious health care is one of the fastest developing hospital trends. It is estimated that tens of billions of dollars will be spent over the next five years creating a more sustainable and green environment and reducing carbon footprints while enhancing patient care and employee satisfaction. Because high quality healthcare will always be a demand it is important to stay ahead of the competition and find out ways to update your facility and service lines and keep with the most current trends in healthcare and sustainability is it!
Join us for ACI’s 5th Annual Sustainable Hospitals Conference in San Diego on May 4-6, 2011, a not to miss industry event!
With a speaker panel packed with leading sustainable healthcare professionals you will sit in an intense education based three-day strategic business conference to listen and learn from case studies delivered by hospital executives, leading sustainability architects and even tour La Maestra Community Health Center a newly upgraded LEED accredited sustainable healthcare facility and learn all there is to know about transforming your hospital into a ‘green’ facility! Use our intimate classroom setting to network with your peers and speak one on one with these industry leaders. Get information on all aspects of sustainable hospital practices from creating your own state of the art structure from the ground up to making smaller changes in things such as energy consumption, eliminating the use of hazardous chemicals, improving indoor air quality and recycling, and integrating a sustainable food system!
Don’t miss out on your chance to learn from leading green hospitals about the benefits, strategies, financial issues and many more aspects to creating the ‘green’ hospital!
This extraordinary new facility is designed to ensure that the values of comprehensive and compassionate care and self-sufficiency embedded in the “Circle of Care” solution model will be reflected into every treatment suite, patient waiting room, hallway and meeting room in the facility.
Construction started in 2007 and was completed in July of 2010, this beautifully constructed “green” 32,000 square foot facility will be the “hub” for a new standard of healthcare and well-being for the residents of City Heights! The new facility will replaced the home of La Maestra Com- munity Health Center that at one time was made up of 13 buildings on Fairmount Avenue. The result is a state-of-the-art La Maestra Community Health Center that dramatically increases the number of patients being served, the number of treatments suites and adds new programs and services vitally need by the community.
The result will be a spectacular model for the region and the nation as the first community healthcare center in an underserved community to be built “green”. With its natural lighting and quality materials, it will be a living example of a health center that respects the environment and teaches residents what first-hand what well-being means. In the long run, the cost savings and environmental benefits may serve as an impetus for other builders in the community to follow.
The new La Maestra Community Health Center will be a place where residents and visitors will want to come not only when they are sick but when they are well to enjoy, learn and experience together the true meaning of health and well-being – in the “heart” of the community.
Cost Reduction – Understand how creating a sustainable hospital environment can help reduce operational costs while improving staff retention and enhancing the patient experience.
LEED® Certification – Enhance your understanding of what it takes to become LEED® certified and evaluate the pro’s and con’s of updating a facility with green initiatives.
Architecture & Design – Learn about the newest architecture and design trends and how their implementation can create payback for the facility, staff and community.
This conference is intended for individuals who work in the healthcare field, specifically for those individuals who are affiliated with engineering, environmental services, or anyone who has an interest in reducing the ecological footprint of their hospital
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John Picard began his professional career as an architect building homes. The elegant homes sparked a passion for Picard: to build big and beautifully with balance. Picard’s environmental conscience and knowledge stem from his love for the ocean. In 1990, Picard used his own home in Playa del Rey, California as a lab where he began building his Greene Avenue off-the-grid wonder house. Recognized for his innovation and creativity, John soon built and re-built homes for Hollywood executives, helped to green the film industry, and received calls from Fortune 500 companies around the globe requesting his expertise to help them envision and implement sustainable business solutions.
ABM is one of the largest facility management services providers in the U.S. We offer state-of-the-art, dependable building maintenance services cost effectively. Our substantial base of long-term clients demonstrates the importance that we place on building enduring relationships. As an ABM client, you have the advantage of obtaining multiple services under one contract with a single point of contact, making it easy for you to outsource these functions without administrative headaches. We provide any combination of services on a local, regional or national basis.
Launched in 2002, HC&O News provides valuable business news to the healthcare facility market. Our monthly e-mail newsletter readers include architects, engineers, and contractors as well facility and operational managers. Specific to healthcare is the increased attention to maintenance, operations and safety and security. HC&O News was the original news publication devoted to this growth market.
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The McMorrow Reports for Facilities Management subscribers procure over $70 billion of products and services, and spend or influence spending greater than $1,750,000 annually. We serve them. The McMorrow Reports produce electronic newsletters and web sites for facilities executives, facilities managers, building owners, architects, designers, engineers, and related titles in the commercial building market. These facility and construction professionals develop, modernize, manage, and secure corporate, healthcare, government and education facilities.
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The San Diego Green Building Council is a 501(C)3 environmental non-profit dedicated to providing education, outreach, and advocacy surrounding green building in the San Diego community. We are the San Diego Chapter of the US Green Building Council and are organized around our vision and mission – Vision: Our buildings and communities will regenerate and sustain the health and vitality of all life within a generation; Mission: Inspire, educate, and collaborate within our community to transform our built environment toward true sustainability. The 10 year history of our organization is a testament to the dedication and passion of many volunteers and partners who have provided support over the years.
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