Another medical ribbon cutting today with a nationally known designer and architect using his personal experience to make the state of the art building work for the patents.
Shore Orthopedic, in Somers Point was designed by Michael Graves.
Graves, an architect and designer for companies such as Target, was paralyzed ten years ago and found through his own experience that hospitals and medical center could be better configured with the patients comfort in mind along with medical needs.
Michael Graves architect at Shore Orthopedic University Associates stated, "It's hard to say what you like about this, you walk in and it kind of takes your breath away. It's a very very nice place without overwhelming you. It's something that makes you feel very good and on your way to recuperation."
The new Shore Orthopedic building was planned with a "patient first" approach, designed to make patients feel comfortable.
The first patients will be seen in the new building on December 30th.
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