Space Consolidation Leads To A Clean Bill Of Health

November 6, 2019


As healthcare providers look for ways to consolidate patient services, they’re turning to developers and property managers for creative real estate solutions designed to maximize efficiency. The proliferation of on- and off-campus urgent care centers — which are often housed in facilities that include additional clinic and lab space — is one trend that has emerged as providers look to divert traffic away from high-cost emergency rooms to more affordable settings closer to the patient. Using Taylor Johnson client HSA PrimeCare‘s latest project, a 40,000-square-foot facility on the Silver Cross Hospital campus, as a proof point, TJ pitched a story to RE Journals, incorporating research from another client, Cushman & Wakefield, to demonstrate how the number of urgent care centers has increased by 44% in the past five years. Read the resulting feature here.

Scheduled to open in spring, HSA PrimeCare’s new 40,000-square-foot medical office pavilion on the Silver Cross Hospital campus in New Lenox, Ill., will house the hospital’s urgent care, occupational health and primary care clinics.


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