The vote is on for Soliant’s 2014 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S.! Between now and June 15, we will be accepting your votes at http://www.soliant.com/hospitals-2014/vote/. Rally your family, friends and coworkers to push your nominated hospital to the top! You may vote as many times as you want, so VOTE NOW!
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The health of a person isn’t determined solely by their lack of physical ailments: it’s a combination of physical, mental, and social health. A beautiful, well-designed hospital does more than relax a patient—it improves staff functionality and comfort. Soliant Health’s Most Beautiful Hospitals contest is more than a beauty pageant: beyond the 170,000 votes hospitals received for looking good in 2012, these hospitals are more than just a pretty face. [click to continue…]
RESULTS: 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. (2013) are…
After more than 100,000 votes, the results are in for Soliant Health’s 5th annual list of the 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in America.
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20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the U.S. 2012 Rankings
After a record of nearly 170,000 votes (more than double last year’s tally), the results are in for Soliant’s 4th annual list of the 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in America. [click to continue…]
After more than 10,000 votes to whittle down 50 entries, Soliant.com visitors have put San Diego’s Sharp Memorial Hospital at the top of its second-annual “20 Most Beautiful Hospitals In America” list.
After a 2009 list chosen by the Soliant.com editorial team, we turned the 2010 decision over to you, with an exciting roller-coaster ride of nominations and votes that saw some of the most inspiring medical architecture around vie for your accolades. [click to continue…]
America’s 5,000+ medical centers range from scary to acceptable to a scant few that raise the bar for what healthcare should be.
A February 2009 survey by the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health found that – duh – happy hospitals make happy patients.
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