Architecture for Health Panel

What is Architecture for Health Panel

The Architecture for Health Panel (AHP) is a Pacific Northwest committee of individuals who are interested in healthcare architecture and the effort to improve the quality of planning, operation, design and construction of health care facilities. The diverse membership brings together architects and related disciplines interested in the development and practice of design excellence three times per year for a day of sessions and tours.

Why Join?

Subscriber Benefits

  • Presentations on cutting edge design and healthcare delivery models at each meeting.
  • Tour interesting new health facility projects each year.
  • On-the-Boards presentations by regional architects at each meeting; showing design work currently underway.
  • 6 HSW/LU credit hours per meeting* – 24 per year sanctioned by the AIA, or self-report for credit to EDAC, USGBC and other organizations.
  • Up to the moment information related to health facility licensing, building codes, other related organizations activities and special notices.
  • Great networking opportunities with regional architects, consulting engineers, owner representatives and contractors; all involved in health facilities design and construction.

AHP 2016 Subscription Costs

AIA Members
Non-AIA Members
Retired AIA
Washington/Oregon Department of Health
*These costs do not include attendance to the AIA Seattle Medical Design Forum.

Meeting Costs

AHP Subscribers
$25 for Lunch
Non-AHP Subscribers
$75 ($50 for Meeting + $25 for Lunch)

Past AHP Events:

Spring Meeting, April 8, 2016
Behavioral Health: Shifting Paradigms of Holistic Health

Dougy Center
OHSU Center for Health and Healing South
Peace Health Behavioral Health
Seattle Children’s Psychiatric and Behavioral Medicine Unit
Unity Center for Behavioral Health
Unity Inpatient
Willamette Valley Behavioral Health Facility

Upcoming AHP Events:

Summer Program*

June 3, 2016
Pacific Medical Tower, Smart Building Center, Seattle, WA

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 Program/Tour:  “It’s all about the healthcare”
An Owner’s Story: The Many Faces of Healthcare
Presenter:  Christine Kiefer, April Harr, Harborview Medical Center

Simulation Labs:  Meeting the demand for continuing education and practice for the medical professional
Presenters: Heather Bissmeyer, Swedish Simulation Center Programs Manager

On the Boards Presentation: MultiCare Covington Medical Center  
Presenters: Phil Giuntoli, Keith Null, Kris Paulson, Alex Clark, Collins Woerman

Pre-Tour Presentation:  Seattle Central Health Education Center
Presenter: Ross Whitehead, Schreiber Starling & Lane Architects

Facility Tour:  Seattle Central Health Education Center, Seattle, Washington
Fall Program*

October 14, 2016
Portland, OR area
Aging Infrastructure

*All program details to be verified. Watch for future announcements and registration openings.