By 2014, a hospital in in La Crosse, Wisconsin aims to energy independent, producing all the energy it needs on its own.
LEED-HC is a special program designed to increase efficiency and healing properties in health care facilities.
The new GroupHealth Medical Center, near Seattle, is the first-ever building to earn a LEED-Healthcare certification, adjusting for the demands of a sterile hospital environment.
Two hospitals recently transformed their roofs into living gardens, reducing their carbon footprint while also providing a healing green space for patients.
The West Los Angeles Veteran Affairs Medical Center lowers its carbon footprint with a solar carport project to soak up the hot Los Angeles sun.
Natural Resources Defense Council takes a look at how energy efficiency is helping community hospitals in places like Ohio to make a sizeable difference in their bottom lines.