As the cases of COVID-19 infections rise, space to house the sick is a growing concern. Across the globe, hospital bed shortages are forcing communities to create temporary health care facilities. Hospitals in northern Italy are exceeding capacity and treating patients in hospital corridors and tents.

Stephanie Pilat, Tulsa World

Gibbs College of Architecture professor Stephanie Pilat recently published an article in Tulsa World exploring options that Oklahoma policymakers and healthcare professionals might consider as they look for solutions to house growing numbers of critically ill patients.

To read the full article in the Tulsa World, click here.