Healthcare Projects:

Architectural Insights has established a presence in the healthcare industry with projects occurring throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut with many institutions. We have also worked under different design capacities, adjusting our role to what the project warranted and the best for the institution; inclusive of navigating Massachusetts Department of Public Health and The Joint Commission requirements and documentation. We remain flexible in our design approach so that we may work with the institution to determine which may be the best suited method for each project at hand.


Designing a broad range of environments responsive to the healthcare provider's expectations, Architectural Insights aids in the procedural delivery within a context. This heightened element of care and consideration enhances patient care and personhood.

Cardiology Suite at Wing Memorial Hospital - Palmer, Massachusetts


Project Overview:


Prior to the large addition to the Wing Memorial Hospital campus in 2008, this area once served as the main entrance and lobby to the hospital. With a large space available and the need for expansion of the cardiology suite, this area was deemed the most appropriate program at 3,800 square feet.

Geriatric Psychology Unit at Wing Memorial Hospital - Palmer, Massachusetts

Project Overview:


This project was the conversion of a vacated acute care hospital floor located on the fourth floor of a 1950’s vintage hospital structure which once served as the surgical floor prior to a large addition constructed in 2008. With a large space available, the geriatric psychology unit was deemed the most appropriate program at 9,500 square feet.   It included the complete renovation of this floor consisting of: programming and re-purposing rooms, interior finishes, improved patient toilet rooms and bathing area, window replacements with tamperproof elements and security, new heating and ventilation system, new electrical distribution including the normal, critical and emergency power branches.  Additionally this warranted careful attention to the needs of the geriatric community and also the needs of the hospital staff to oversee the entire floor for safety, security and to prevent wanderers.