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Page is committed to creating adaptive, flexible, innovative health and wellness environments. Our customized health solutions extend from community clinics to academic medical centers, from the research bench to the medical school bedside and from pediatric to palliative care.

We believe collaborative design processes create positive experiences for patients, families, visitors, caregivers and staff.


In nearly four decades we’ve been responsible for over 20 planning and design commissions for the Department of Defense spanning over 3 million square feet on 18 bases in the US and around the world.


Our projects have been recognized with over 75 local, regional and national design awards and recognitions in the past decade.


We have implemented over 100 projects starting from masterplan development.


Predictive analytics is targeted and effective, often yielding Return on Investments (ROI) between 10:1 and 20:1. Applying predictive analytics to existing healthcare facilities, we determine ways to grow and optimize practices while minimizing funding and waste.

  • UT Medical District Master Plan Receives SCUP Award

    The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) Medical District Master Plan, which is a vision for a new medical district on the southern edge of the UT Austin campus, has received a Merit Award for Excellence in Planning for a District or Campus Component from the Society of Campus and University Planning (SCUP).

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  • Caring For Our Veterans Through Healthcare Facilities Design

    At Page, our collective vision is to create design that makes lives better. We have a strong portfolio of Healthcare and Government projects, but the healthcare facilities that we have designed for the US Department of Veterans Affairs across the country have a special place in our hearts.

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  • Case Study: Award-winning Non-profit Healthcare Clinic

    An award-winning Page healthcare project that serves a very specialized segment of an urban population has been cited as an example of a successful case study by DCD (Design Cost Data) Magazine. The article identifies the client's multiple needs to effectively serve the indigent and homeless of the nation's fourth largest city and explains the comprehensive design solution that was developed to meet it.

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Collective Learning: Texas Architect Magazine

The Health Learning Building (HLB) at Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin has caught the attention of Texas Architect Magazine for several reasons. Designed by Page with The S/L/A/M Collaborative, it is the first facility to be completed in a planned new medical district, as well as the first facility to be completed at the first medical school to be built from the ground up at a tier-one research university in the U.S. in 50 years. Dell Medical School is designed to develop 21st century physician-leaders which in turn will facilitate Austin in becoming a model healthy city.

Page Senior Principal Larry Speck, FAIA, who led the design for the HLB, also worked on the University of Texas at Austin Medical District Master Plan. He told Canan Yetman of Texas Architect Magazine that the Dell Medical School motto, ‘Rethink Everything,’ which was conceived by Page/Dyal Branding & Graphics, "pretty much describes how they wanted to approach the design of both the district and the building with a focus on inter-professional education and collaboration among members of a broad community of healthcare colleagues. The idea of the ‘lone wolf’ medical student working in an individualistic, competitive environment was anathema from the beginning.” Read More

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Taking Preventive Wellness Down to the Next Level

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, the saying goes. A new facility designed by Page at Children’s Health Plano in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the Children’s Health Andrews Institute for Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine delivers on this mentality by bringing world-class orthopaedic care in state-of-the-art facilities to pediatric patients. With the highest concentration of competitive student athletes in the country, this location is addressing a demonstrated need and will serve as a model for future facilities nationwide. Read More

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