As healthcare leaders gathered from across the country at the ASHE PDC Conference, MedCraft, alongside partners Yale New Haven Health (YNHH) and SLAM presented on Adaptive Reuse of Retail for Healthcare and we want to share key takeaways and our case study featuring the strategic advisory services MedCraft provided to YNHH as they sought to expand ambulatory care services in a key market.
With vacant retail space at an all-time high, there is one growing trend that could pose a win-win for all: the adaptive re-use of big-box retail for medical use, to deliver healthcare closer to home while simultaneously addressing vacancies plaguing the retail landscape. As consumers shift where they prefer to receive non-emergent care, healthcare providers are becoming increasingly interested in locations at the hub of where people live and shop.
Learn how MedCraft guided a premier health system through the process to determine if the adaptive reuse of retail for space healthcare was the right solution for them. Learn how our comprehensive analysis of potential locations, the evaluation of how well the buildings and sites could support Yale New Haven Health Systems proposed programs from a cost, constructability, and functionality perspective; and if this solution may be the right one for you. Click here for the case study to learn how YNHHS entrusted MedCraft as their partner for this critical evaluation and planning process.