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ASHE winner discusses the future of green construction

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January 1, 2010

Recently recognized by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) as a leader in facilities management, Donald E. Wojtkowski, FASHE, PE, executive director of design and construction for SSM Health Care in St. Louis, promotes patient viewpoints as a the cornerstone of medical center design.

Wojtkowski won the inaugural ASHE Excellence in Facilities Management Award for “outstanding commitment to improving the healthcare physical environment.”

He shepherded the construction of the St. Clare Health Center, a new 154-bed hospital that opened March 30 in Fenton, MO. In the following Q&A, Briefings on Hospital Safety caught up with Wojtkowski to discuss how facility design impacts patient care and why his project went forward without seeking formal Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) designation.

Recently recognized by the American Society for Healthcare Engineering as a leader in facilities management, Donald E. Wojtkowski, FASHE, PE, executive director of design and construction for SSM Health Care in St. Louis, promotes patient viewpoints as a the cornerstone of medical center design.



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