Healthcare
Environments

Wayfinding and signage programs for the nation's largest health care providers to branding and communications programs for specialized care practices demonstrate GNU's diverse participation in the healthcare market.

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Ravenswood

Having served the East Palo Alto community for years out of modular buildings, Ravenswood Family Health Center builds a new colorful home and GNU Group takes a key role on the Design Team.   »

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Stanford Children’s Health

GNU assisted Stanford Children's Health in managing their Packard Children's Health Alliance Brand implementation consistently across 120+ clinics throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.   »

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Kaiser Oakland HQ

GNU assists NBBJ architects in properly branding Kaiser Permanente's new flagship headquarters and surrounding urban campus in downtown Oakland, CA   »

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Sutter ReBrand

With Sutter Health's recent rebrand, it was critical they select a team having the experience and knowledge of Sutter's facilities throughout California. GNU, Monigle and Icon get the nod.   »

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La Clinica De La Raza

With growth on the way and focus on patient satisfaction, La Clinica taps GNU to assist in the development of a cost effective sign standards program that is flexible and easy to maintain.   »

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John Muir Health

Read how GNU developed the exterior and interior sign standards for John Muir Health's major medical centers and satellite office and lab facilities throughout the East Bay.   »

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Dignity / Sequoia Hospital

Adding an entire new wing to an existing hospital takes careful review and planning for a revised wayfinding program. GNU worked with Dignity Health to ensure the New Pavilion was ready.   »

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One Medical Group

One of the fastest growing healthcare providers on the scene, GNU is creatively spearheading several of One Medical Group's brand implementation, office roll-outs within the Western US.   »