Content for this session provides a one (1) hour, live presentation, non LEED specific, GBCI CE credit for credentialed LEED Accredited Professionals and Green Associates.
Sustainable Healthcare Design is becoming a reality as hospitals are now working hard to lighten medicine's carbon footprint. More than half of U.S. medical centers now recycle medical supplies that used to be tossed after one use. To drive the process, the LEED for Healthcare Rating System is designed to guide and distinguish high-performance healthcare projects, including inpatient and outpatient care facilities and licensed long term care facilities. It may also be used for medical offices, assisted living facilities and medical education and research centers.
Join us as our panelists get into the specifics of Sustainable Healthcare Design. See how they:
Who Should Attend:
Facility Managers, Owner Representatives, Builders, Design Professionals, LEED Accredited Professionals and those involved in integrative/healthcare design.
Dan Farrow - Facility Manager/Operations, Palomar Hospital
Frances Moore - Associate Principal, CO Architects
Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
5:30 - 6:30 ~ Networking and open buffet of heavy hors d'oeuvres
6:30 ~ Program begins
8:00 - 8:30 ~ Networking
Location: The Palms Restaurant at MCAS Miramar Golf Course Clubhouse, a LEED Gold facility
PLEASE NOTE: Attendees MUST access the facility through a civilian gate. A driver's license and vehicle insurance & registration may be required when entering the gate. For complete directions, please access the registration page below.
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**Attendees are strongly encouraged to PREREGISTER for this event due to security clearance and base access issues.