HMN Architects continued their long-term relationship with Lake Regional Health System (LRHS) by partnering with Lake Regional Hospital to renovate their existing hospital. There were three parts to the renovation project: Main Lobby, Outpatient Unit, and Family Birth Center. From a patient standpoint, the main goal of these renovation projects was to provide a more…Read More

Webster County

A Better Idea Forges The Way for Progress Webster County has needed a new jail for a very long time. The current jail was built in the 1930s when the county was a lightly populated farming community. After World War II when the American love affair with cars and highway travel blossomed, Interstate 44 and…Read More

Stormont Vail Health

Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) or just “medical homes” have been a buzz phrase in the healthcare design industry for over a decade. The PCMH approach was developed as an innovative new healthcare model that aimed to revolutionize the industry with more holistic care, better patient satisfaction, and decreased costs. Medical homes are not an architectural…Read More

Olathe Health Cancer Center

Olathe Health Cancer Center – The Final Phase of Olathe Health’s Largest Expansion in History HMN Architects partnered with Olathe Health to design a new 29,000 square-foot, free-standing Cancer Center. The state-of-the-art facility was celebrated with a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony on Tuesday, February 27. The Olathe Health Cancer Center houses the latest technology and…Read More

Cameron Regional Medical Center

Cameron Regional Medical Center Opens Medical Plaza III Cameron Regional Medical Center (CRMC) held a grand opening open house for their new Medical Plaza III on Thursday, April 19. Carol Arthur, Assistant Administrator/Marketing Director, said approximately 75 people attended and the community’s response has been very positive. Groundbreaking for the new unit was held on…Read More

Webster County

Construction Underway on Webster County Justice Center Marshfield, Mo. – The city of Marshfield began construction on the new Webster County Justice Center in fall 2017. The project is a joint effort between the city of Marshfield and Webster County as part of an effort to revitalize downtown Marshfield. HMN Architects Inc. of Overland Park,…Read More

Olathe Medical Center NICU

Project Highlight: The Birth Place at Olathe Medical Center Olathe Medical Center (OMC), a part of Olathe Health, is a five-story acute care medical center located in Olathe, Kansas. The hospital advocates the need to stay active and ahead of their community’s growing needs when it comes to healthcare. HMN partnered with OMC to design…Read More

Expansion on Olathe Medical Center’s Campus Continues with a Comprehensive Care Cancer Center HMN partnered with Olathe Health on their new 25,000 SF comprehensive care cancer center. The new Olathe Health Cancer Center will enhance the patient’s experience by integrating key cancer center providers, and advancing the quality of care close to home. The new…Read More

It’s bittersweet for us when a project comes to an end. We get personally attached to projects, like anyone would. However, as an architect, one of the coolest perks of our job is watching the project you’ve worked on since the beginning come to life. Congratulations to Olathe Health on their new Birth Place. HMN…Read More

On a cold and windy Friday, February 24, 2017, Cameron Regional Medical Center (CRMC) celebrated the groundbreaking for their new Renal Dialysis Center building addition. The 6,660 SF building addition will provide space for a new 10-chair Renal Dialysis Unit and Nephrology Clinic as well as unfinished shell space for a future Infusion Center. Pictured…Read More

Golden Valley Memorial Hospital

HMN Architects partnered with Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare (GVMH) located in Clinton, Missouri, to provide architectural and interior design services for an outpatient expansion. The 93,000 SF expansion opened in June 2016 with renovation work planned for the next two years. “Convenience and easy access were the two most frequent themes we heard from our patients…Read More