A modest family health clinic is designed—and crafted—with a palpable sense of care for patients and clinicians alike. 

Professor David Fortin writes a reflection on Galt Health, a family medical clinic designed and built by faculty member Jaliya Fonseka, featured in this month's issue of Canadian Architect. The article expands on the clinic as a welcoming and compassionate space for its users, highlighting the potential for design to impact the quality of our lives.

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Canadian Architect