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Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital wins Interior Design magazine competition

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Shown at the BoY Awards event are, from left: Jefferson Health New Jersey's Senior Project Manager Wendy Steesy; Lisa Dutterer, Chief Administrative Officer at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital; Saul Jabbawy, Director of Design (and Design Principal for the project); and Joseph Wood, Project Designer.
Shown at the BoY Awards event are, from left: Jefferson Health New Jersey's Senior Project Manager Wendy Steesy; Lisa Dutterer, Chief Administrative Officer at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital; Saul Jabbawy, Director of Design (and Design Principal for the project); and Joseph Wood, Project Designer. - ()

The design of the new Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital Medical Office Building in Cherry Hill won an award in Interior Design magazine’s Best of Year (BoY) Awards), beating out four other finalists in the health care category.

Over 1,000 design professionals and enthusiasts attended the 12th Annual BoY Awards ceremony in New York City early this month. In total, over 2,300 entries were received. The Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital’s Medical Office Building was designed by Philadelphia-based architecture firm EwingCole and provides a home base to a variety of health care services, such as physician practices, an outpatient Surgery Center, physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation services, a sleep and balance center, and a hyperbaric wound care center.

The atrium lobby serves both the main hospital and the Medical Office Building and spans 22,000 square feet.

The design of the 102,000-square-foot facility also received an Award of Merit by the Delaware Valley Association of Structural Engineers earlier this year.

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diane borrelli December 10, 2017 12:05 pm

How much money was spent decorating wasted space and what will the cost be for future patients????????????????????????????????????

harry December 8, 2017 5:09 pm

HUGE waste of money just for looks. all the curves and cathedral ceiling at the entrance are very expensive to build. are you in the health care business or are you artists? that money could have gone towards better things. hope you are proud of your interior design credits instead of your instead of spending health money wisely!

harrypag December 10, 2017 8:55 am

complete waste of money for looks and not usage

harrypag December 10, 2017 6:29 pm

why won't you print comments?

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