The 42,000 -square-foot medical center features a main lobby/waiting area offering a 180-degree panoramic view of downtown Toledo, with smaller, sub-waiting areas located near the pediatrics, primary care, gerontology, cardiology, and midwifery clinics. An on-site café, credit union, and community room for hosting events and programming are in the front of the building, while a pharmacy is accessible down a hallway as is a meditation room, homeless clinic and a variety of medical clinics.
The vision of Rossi & Associates Architects LLC (Toledo), who served as design lead on the project, was to build a comfortable and accessible medical clinic that fit in with the neighborhood and would be a safe and welcoming space for the community.
Neighborhood Health Association recently informed me that their facility and the photos I took were featured in an online publication called healthcare design magazine
This was a 2 day assignment that required quite a bit of preparation so I was excited to hear that they had succeeded in getting some recognition and I decided to share some the images I created of their beautiful and very functional facility.
I have also included a link to the story and slide show of some of the images in healthcare design magazine