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The $37M Emergency Department at Grace Hospital, Winnipeg, is designed to accommodate 36,000 annual visits in a flexible modular design that has the ability to accordion up and down to meet daily volume surges. Jon Huddy was a design consultant to FT3 Architects and completed operational analysis, lean operational planning, functional programming, space programming and schematic planning. These services were delivered through an interactive Kaizen design process that included room mock-ups and role playing to define the most efficient size and configuration of the major spaces in the emergency department. The (8) MTA (Minor Treatment Area), (2) Resuscitation, and (4) Ambulance Stretcher Staging spaces are flexible with the (24) Main Emergency Care Spaces.

Kellie O’Rourke, Chief Operating OfficerGrace Hospital

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