Presenting the Nightingale and Healthcare Environment Award Winners

At the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference in Washington, D.C., I was pleased to have presented both the Healthcare Environment Awards and the Nightingale Awards in Contract’s partnership with The Center for Health Design.

The winning projects in the 2015 Healthcare Environment Awards were all featured in the October issue of Contract, as seen here.

The Nightingale Awards honor the best products that were exhibited at the Healthcare Design Expo & Conference. The full list of winning products is here.

Here are photos from the November 16 awards presentation.

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Contract Editor in Chief John Czarnecki presents both the Healthcare Environment Awards and the Nightingale Awards at the Healthcare Design Conference.

 

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Czarnecki, Mary Frazier of EwingCole, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. Frazier accepted a Healthcare Environment Award in the acute care category for Roberts Pavilion.

 

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Czarnecki, Suzen Heeley of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Mary Frazier of EwingCole, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. Heeley and Frazier accepted a Healthcare Environment Award in the ambulatory care category for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center: West Harrison.

 

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Czarnecki, Tamra Thourot of Alden Design Group, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. Thourot accepted a Healthcare Environment Award in the long-term care category for Alden Estates of Evanston.

 

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Czarnecki, a team representing the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. The team from SmithGroupJJR and Taylor accepted a Healthcare Environment Award honorable mention in the conceptual design category for the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center.

 

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Czarnecki, Iowa State students Yongyeon Cho, Yifan Luo, and Casey Tiedman, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. The students accepted a Healthcare Environment Award win in the student category for their project UIHC Tower 2.

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Czarnecki, Clemson student Jonathan Jiang, and The Center for Health Design President and Executive Director Debra Levin. Jiang accepted a Healthcare Environment Award honorable mention in the student category for his project Foothills Family Medical Center.

 

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Czarnecki and Kristin Zeit, editor in chief of Healthcare Design magazine, co-present the Nightingale Awards for the best products at the Healthcare Design Conference.

 

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Czarnecki and Zeit are pictured with Gary Cruce, director of new product Development at Nemschoff as Cruce accepts the Nightingale Best of Competition Award for the Ava Recliner by Nemschoff.

 

 

 

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