Hoefer Wysocki has announced that Patrick McCurdy, AIA, recently joined the firm as vice president, healthcare practice leader. McCurdy brings nearly 30 years of global healthcare expertise in leadership, project management and design excellence. McCurdy is dedicated to continuous improvement and lean methodology as related to healthcare facility operations, providing design solutions that are process-driven, future-focused and centered on next-generation medicine. A proven collaborator, mentor and strategist, his integrated, team-centric approach engages the knowledge and expertise of planners, designers, contractors, owners, end users and regulatory officials throughout each step of the design and delivery of innovative healthcare projects. In addition to his professional practice, McCurdy is active in the AIA, the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH), American Society of Healthcare Executives (ASHE) and is a candidate of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas, where he currently serves as a member of the Architecture Advisory Board for the School of Architecture, Design & Planning.
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