Starting with the Rutgers Medical School in the 1970s, and extending
through the Medical College of Wisconsin in the 1980s, and the Chicago
College of Osteopathic Medicine in the 1990s, The Goldstein Partnership
has been a leader in the design of world-class facilities for medical
education and training. To help our clients compete in today's highly-regulated
health care environment, we now bring our expertise to bear on the design
of clinical facilities.
Enlightened health care professionals realize that innovative facilities
are a key to their success. Our designs are tailored to the specific needs
of each of the institutions we serve. Once a conceptual design has been
developed, we solicit preliminary regulatory feedback from the State Dept.
of Health. This approach results in a smoother approval process and in
facilities better able to accommodate current and anticipated needs.
Today's complex health care projects require input from numerous specialists,
from food service consultants to vendors of advanced diagnostic equipment.
The extremely low rate of change orders on our projects is testament to
our success in compiling their information and coordinating their efforts
on our clients' behalf. Through thorough programming, phasing, and budgeting,
and comprehensive design, production, and construction administration,
we help assure the long-term success of each project.