JHS Architecture the World Medical Tourism Congress in LA, Oct. 2 – 4

JHS Architecture joins the 10th World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress (WMTC) in Los Angeles October 2 – 4, as an Exhibitor. They, along with 2,000 attendees and 150 exhibitors from across the world, will experience three days of learning the latest news and information in the industry and networking peers to drive the industry into the future. Attendees will be immersed in an exciting and vibrant environment to spark new ideas helping patients receive the care they need.

If you are involved in handling international patients as a facilitator or care provider or are interested in saving money on your health plan by contracting with hospitals, you cannot afford to miss the insight available at the WMTC. Highlights of this year’s event include:

About JHS Architecture

Since co-founding the firm of JHS Architecture Integrated Design, Inc. in 1986, Architect, Randy L. Sides, AIA, NCARB, has had the privilege of being responsible for the Architectural projects of new and renovated construction throughout the United States. These projects include Sustainable Health Care Facilities such as Hospitals, Out-Patient Care and Physician Medical Office, Hotels, Condominium Hotels, High-rise and Low-rise Hospitality Resorts in coastal environments, Hotel Convention Resorts with Spa and Recreational Amenities.

The firms’ experience also includes Corporate Office building and Business Parks, Manufacturing Plants, Public and Private Schools from Elementary through High School and University Teaching, Administration, and Athletic facilities. JHS Architecture’s experience includes numerous projects with Palmetto Health System which is a multi-hospital system, the Medical University of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and Samaritan’s Purse International Relief.

JHS Architecture is proficient in the interpretation of the code requirements such as the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), and the Guidelines for Design and Construction of Hospitals and Outpatient Facilities, and the National Fire Code that the citizens of the United States have come to trust and expect to encounter as they use Healthcare, Corporate and Hospitality facilities both within and outside of the United States.

About the World Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress

As the first membership-based international nonprofit trade organization and think-tank for the medical tourism and healthcare industries, the Medical Tourism Association® develops and implements creative and sustainable strategies for attracting direct foreign investments. The MTA provides advisory services to investors researching the industry and matches these financiers with medical tourism-related projects. For more information, visit MedicalTourismAssociation.com.