Hospice Design Resource, PLLC

Master Planning

Since his first hospice project in 1989, Tom Mullinax AIA become so involved that 100% of his business is now dedicated to the design of hospice facilities.  He currently serves as a speaker for hospice, a past team member for rewriting the Guidelines for the 2014 Design of Hospice and Residential Care Facilities, and an article reviewer/contributor for the Journal of Palliative Care.


Hospice Projects with a Master Plan Component


  • 15 acre master plan including 12-Bed Inpatient Care Facility, Bereavement Center and Home Health Offices for Hendrick Hospital; Abilene, Texas (TITTLE LUTHER PARTNERSHIP)



  • 10 acre master plan including 12-Bed Inpatient Care Facility; Judith Karman Hospice; Stillwater, Oklahoma



                    



  • 8 acre master plan including Administrative Offices/6 Bed Residential Care Unit, Hospice of Catawba Valley; Hickory,   North Carolina


  • 14 acre master plan including 18 bed IPU, Administrative Office, and Volunteer Training/Conference Center, Hospice of Rutherford County, Forest City, North Carolina


  • 5 acre master plan including Administrative Offices and 12 bed IPU, Hospice of Scotland County; Laurinburg, North Carolina


  • 40 acre master plan including 6 Bed Residential Care Facility, 6 bed Addition, Administrative office building and future assisted living, grief counseling center; Hospice of Richmond County, Rockingham, North Carolina


  • 5 acre site including 12-Bed Inpatient Care Facility and future grief counseling center; Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina


  • 8 acre site including existing 12 Bed Inpatient Care Facility with renovations of that unit, addition of 12 bed IPU, Support facilities and relocation of Administrative Offices; Big Bend Hospice; Tallahassee, Florida (EMO Architects)


  • 10 acre site with new 24 bed IPU, Administrative Offices, Grief Counseling and Conference Center; Hospice Home Care, Inc; Vancouver, Washington (The Collins Group)