Hot Water for Handwashing: Is it necessary?

Hot water is not required for effective handwashing (AAH Journal Article).
Responding to a "Hot" Hospital's Need to Increase COVID Care Capacity

50 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, CA, is the city of Riverside, home to over 300,000 people (the most populous city in Riverside County). In January 2021, as COVID-19 surged in the LA area, hospitals started grappling with capacity to care for infected patients – including Parkview Community Hospital (Parkview).
Meet Mazzetti’s New Director of Transition Planning Services Kyrsten Johnson

Kyrsten joins Mazzetti as Director of Transition Planning Services, part of our Mazzetti+GBA Technology Division, based in Southern California. 
Time to Get Serious About the Greatest Threat to Human Health (And it's not COVID)

Become a member of a robust community--healthcare engineers, designers, facility personnel, financial and regulation experts and more—to tackle the greatest challenges facing the Healthcare sector toward achieving carbon neutrality. Share your expertise. Share your experience. Share your passion to help us build a better, more sustainable Healthcare sector.
Pushing MEP Boundaries for New UCSF Parnassus Heights Hospital

University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) has selected San Francisco-based, healthcare specialists Mazzetti and global consulting and engineering firm Arup as the lead MEP engineers of record for its new hospital, UCSF Helen Diller Medical Center at Parnassus Heights (Parnassus Heights).  Collaborating with architect partners HDR (Architect of Record) and Herzog & de Meuron (Lead Designer) to design the “hospital for the future”, Mazzetti and Arup will integrate forward-looking, innovative design, supporting UCSF’s commitment to world-renowned clinical research and training.
Clinical Implications for Design of In-House Specialty Pharmacies

The demand for in-house specialty pharmacies in large healthcare facilities is on the rise. Health systems are realizing (more) the benefits these pharmacies offer to their employees and patients. As these pharmacies are expected to facilitate seamless clinical support and education, provide external distribution (which inherently brings challenges), and offer integrated technology, conventional design is facing an evolution. With this evolution, we see opportunity for improving employee workflow and increasing the quality of patient care.
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