Photos by: Jeff Clarke, Henriksen/Butler
On Friday, August 31st Jeff Clarke and Jennifer Jones of Henriksen/Butler, the furniture, accessories, specialty storage, flooring, and custom manufactured interior construction firm, attended the grand opening of St. Luke’s new Virtual Care Center.
The Virtual Care, aka Telehealth, Center is located in the former Morrison Knutsen building on Park Blvd just east of downtown. This facility is the first of its kind in Idaho connecting patients and healthcare professionals in different geographical locations.
Henriksen/Butler provided the complete furniture, design, and installation package for the project.
All workstations are part of the Herman Miller Resolve System featuring sit-to-stand boomerang work surfaces supporting two 49″ curved Samsung monitors.
This project was a great collaborative effort between Henriksen/Butler and St. Luke’s. Like us, they are a big-time regional player and expect the service and attention only Henriksen/Butler can provide. We are proud and thrilled to have been part of such an innovative and significant project.
-Jeff Clarke, Henriksen/Butler
Dr. David C. Pate, St. Luke’s CEO
Chris Roth, St. Luke’s Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
“This is where innovation meets compassion.” -Chris Roth
Krista Stadler, St. Luke’s Senior Director of Telehealth Services
401 West Idaho Street
Boise, Idaho 83702