Search The Blog
|Marce Edwards |
Media Relations Manager
Health news feedUta's marathon training tip of the day: Avoid trying anything newHospital Technician Admits Lying About Test ResultsDeadly Diseases Rising for Cats and Dogs'Why Me?' Vets Face Much Higher Risk of Lou Gehrig's DiseaseWhoopi Goldberg Pens Marijuana Column Ahead of 4/20Uta's marathon training tip of the day: Don't attack the course, befriend it
With LEED Gold, every day is Earth Day at Good Samaritan
From rain gardens to green rooftops full of native plants, every day is Earth Day at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup.
In fact, last year Good Samaritan's new Dally Tower became the first inpatient hospital in Washington state to receive the LEED Gold award for sustainable construction and design.
“Our goal from the beginning was to create a healing environment for our patients, their families, our staff and the community,” said Glenn Kasman, President of MultiCare's East Pierce Region that includes Good Samaritan Hospital's Dally Tower, which opened in 2011.
LEED Gold status was awarded based on many green elements, including water and power saving features, two green roofs, rain gardens, and the construction methods and materials used throughout the project. The certification signifies that Good Samaritan reduces waste and harmful greenhouse gas emissions and conserves energy. Gold is one of the highest recognitions offered by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Awards for Dally Tower at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup
- Vista Award: Good Samaritan Wins National Health Care Construction Award
- LEED Gold: 'Green' Dally Tower Is First Hospital In State To Earn LEED Gold
- LEED Gold: Good Samaritan Unveils LEED Gold Award For Dally Tower
Posted on Apr 22, 2013 in