Annual Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Communities Awards Program

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Vendome Healthcare Media, in conjunction with The Center for Health Design (CHD) and The Society for the Advancement of Gerontological Environments (SAGE), is excited to announce the 2014 awards program, which will feature both exterior and interior landscape architecture projects.

Focused on landscape architecture in healthcare, the program will recognize exceptional designs in acute care and senior living environments. Aligned with Vendome’s top healthcare brands, Healthcare Design, Environments for Aging, and Long-Term Living, participants will reach an expanded audience of more than 48,000 engaged readers. Titles include administrators, facility/community executives and managers, as well as architects, designers, and others providing design services to the healthcare industry. The categories are:

Acute care (Healthcare Design): Hospitals, ambulatory care centers, specialty facilities, clinics, cancer centers, emergency departments, heart institutes, hospice, medical centers/office buildings, behavioral healthcare settings, replacement hospitals, wellness centers (including environments that promote wellness), and other acute care settings. Projects can include overall campus landscape design, or respite areas, healing gardens, and other spaces in which landscape design was incorporated.

Senior living (Environments for Aging and Long-Term Living): Memory care facilities, assisted living, continuing care retirement communities, independent living, post-acute/rehabilitation, skilled nursing, wellness/fitness (including environments that promote active aging), and other senior living environments. Projects can include overall community landscape design, or areas such as courtyards, therapy gardens, and other spaces in which landscape design was incorporated.

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