Monday, March 30, 2015

Canadian Centre for Healthcare Facilities: Improving Sustainability of Healthcare Facilities - Winnipeg

(Ce programme n’est pas disponible en français.)

Improving Sustainability of Healthcare Facilities: Planning, Design and Standards
April 20, 2015
Winnipeg, Manitoba

CCHF invites you to learn about the award winning design of Women’s and Newborn Hospital in Winnipeg; the applicability of CSA Z8000 (Planning, Design and Construction of Healthcare Facilities) for new projects and renovations; the new CSA Z8002 (Operations and Maintenance of Healthcare Facilities) standards; LEAN design and P3 design innovations.

Also hear a panel discussion from various expert perspectives from across Canada on capital planning and preparing for future healthcare facilities, followed by a Tour of HSC.

Join us for an inspiring day of learning and sharing!

Speakers and Topics

Opening Remarks
  • Dr. Perry Gray, Chief Medical Officer, Health Sciences Centre (invited)
Case Study: Women’s and Newborn Hospital, Winnipeg Integrating Community Input and Winning Design Features
  • Lynne Wilson Orr, Principal, Parkin Architects Limited
  • Lori Penner, Interior Designer, Architecture 49
  • Cheryl MacKinnon, Project Director, Capital Planning, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority
Design Methodologies: Lean in Sakatchewan and Patient Centred Care
  • Paul Blaser, Principal, RBM Architecture
  • Mike Weishaar, Executive Lean Consultant LEAN Integrated
  • Ray Pradinuk, Principal, Stantec
Using CSA Z 8000 as a Basis for Planning and Designing: A Primer
  • Cliff Harvey, Vice-President, Planning, Facilities and Support Services, North York General Hospital
  • Laura Shea, Project Manager, Manitoba Health, Healthy Living and Seniors, Provincial Policy and Programs Capital Planning
Overview of CSA Z 8002 Operations and Maintenance Standard – Elements to Develop a Tailored Program
  • Craig Doerksen, Divisional Director, Facility Management, Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Presentations & Panel Discussion on Capital Planning Approaches in Canada, Balancing the Needs
  • Cliff Harvey, Former senior architect at the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, current Vice-President Facilities, North York General Hospital
  • Norman Blackie, Executive Director, Capital Planning Branch, Manitoba Health
  • Ray Pradinuk, Principal, Stantec
Tour Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre Tour
  • Craig Doerksen, Divisional Director, Facility Management, Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
Networking breakfast, lunch and breaks & conference materials included.

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