The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has revealed the winners of its annual Healthcare Design Awards, which celebrate "cutting-edge designs that help solve aesthetic, civic, urban, and social problems while also being functional and sustainable," according to an AIA press release.
The 2023 honorees encompass 10 projects across three categories: built projects with a construction cost under $25 million; built projects with a construction cost above $25 million; and renovated or remodeled projects.
The jury for the 2023 Healthcare Design Awards comprised chair Eurico Francisco, AIA, CallisonRTKL in Dallas; Asia Allen, AIA, Gresham Smith in Nashville, Tenn.; Walter Jones, AIA, MetroHealth System in Cleveland; Ashley Mulhall, AIA, Orcutt | Winslow in Phoenix; Akshay Sangolli, AIA, Page Southerland Page in Denver; and Molly M. Scanlon, FAIA, University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health in Coronado, Calif.
Category A: Construction Cost Under $25 Million
Broadway Youth Center in Chicago, designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects
Family Tree Clinic in Minneapolis, designed by Perkins&Will
Fora Health in Portland, Ore., designed by Holst Architecture
OhioHealth Neuroscience Wellness Center in Columbus, Ohio, designed by Gensler
Category B: Construction Cost Above $25 Million
Alleghany Health Network Wexford Hospital in Wexford, Pa., designed by HKS
Parkland Moody Outpatient Center in Dallas, designed by HKS
Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice in Venice, Fla., designed by Flad Architects
Seattle Children's Building Care: Diagnostic and Treatment Facility in Seattle, designed by ZGF Architects
VA Worcester Community-Based Outpatient Clinic in Worcester, Mass., designed by SmithGroup
Category C: Renovation or Remodeling
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Children's Hospital Vertical Expansion in Hershey, Pa., designed by Payette