Keeping Up with
Smith Hager Bajo…

Here’s where we plan to keep you abreast of what’s happening in our world - what we’re working on and where we’re headed.

Conference Presentations

Smith Hager Bajo principals have presented at several national conferences on the high risk infant and women’s health in 2011. Check out our blog for more information on upcoming conferences.  You can access the blog on this website menu and on LinkedIn.

Previous conferences have included the Institute for Family-Centered Care’s 3rd International Conference in Seattle, NACHRI Creating Connections Conference in Miami and the Gravens High Risk Infant Conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida and several conferences on Women’s Centers of Excellence throughout the US and internationally.

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Compendium of Women and Children's Services Resources

Smith Hager Bajo’s compendium of resources and information about innovations in women and children’s health services and facilities continues to grow. Principal Kathleen Bajo’s research uncovered the latest news on hospital-based spas, including the one that just closed in the Midwest and the ones that appear to be thriving in other parts of the United States. 

Recent research on trends includes the state of medical tourism related to women and children’s health and the evolving expansion of children’s hospitals into the obstetrics market.  As thought leaders in women and children’s health, Smith Hager Bajo prinicpals are deeply involved in emerging trends including more than a decade of work in the development of single family NICU design.

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Projects Around the World

Principal Judy Hager has been working in the United Kingdom helping hospitals and their architects identify the appropriate mix and quanity of beds to best serve future needs. Smith Hager Bajo has used computerized simulation modeling as a proven planning tool for this purpose since 1997.  In the Summer of 2006, Judy Smith finished a project in Western Australia, helping with a master plan for women’s and children’s facilities.  Since then, principals have been working on projects in the Middle East, Canada and other countries where there is a need for a high level of expertise in women and children’s health services and facilities. 

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