Event Architecture for Health Committee Meeting - Benefits of Becoming an ACHA Certified Architect

August 18, 2017 - 11:15am to 1:00pm

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Location

AIA Austin
801 W 12th St
78701 Austin , TX

D. Kirk Hamilton, FAIA, FACHA, EDAC; Julie & Craig Beale Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design; College of Architecture, Texas A&M University; Founding Co-Editor, Health Environments Research & Design will be leading our talk Friday about Benefits of Becoming an ACHA Certified Architect.

Ray Pentecost, Director of Texas A&M Center for Health Systems & Design (CHSD) & Zhipeng Lu, Associate Director, will present the vision for CHSD and the Health Industry Advisory Council, and will discuss international initiatives and opportunities in health design.

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The American College of Healthcare Architects provides Board Certification for Architects who practice as healthcare specialists. Our certificate holders include healthcare architects throughout the United States and Canada with specialized skills and proven expertise.

Before earning the ACHA Board Certificate, healthcare architects must document their experience and demonstrate their skills through a computer-based examination. ACHA requires its Certificate Holders to work towards the improvement of healthcare architecture on behalf of the public, to practice in an ethical manner, to maintain high standards of specialized continuing education, and to add to the body of knowledge. If you, or someone you know, are qualified for the Board Certificate in Healthcare Architecture, the Regents invite submission of an application.

ACHA Services
Healthcare organizations can access our free Certificate Holder Directory, to learn the names and qualifications of those architects who have attained ACHA Certification. ACHA Educational opportunities include our online Resource Center and various educational workshops. All of these educational resources are accessible through this website and we encourage you to use them often.

Become a Certified Healthcare Architect
We appreciate your interest in the American College of Healthcare Architects. If you, or someone you know is qualified, the Regents invite submission of an application. Click here ​to learn about the ACHA application process.

Value Proposition
Download ACHA's Value Proposition (PDF)​​

 

The committee's aim is to develop knowledge and information to benefit architects, owners, contractors and consultants who are engaged or interested in the design and construction of healthcare facilities.

The committee meets on the the 3rd Friday of each month at 11:15 AM.

Committee Chairs:
Phil Scott, AIA