Event Architecture for Health Committee Meeting - An Owner's View of Key Healthcare Facility Delivery Issues

June 23, 2017 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

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AIA Austin
801 W 12th St
78701 Austin , TX

Join us at 12:30PM on Friday, June 23rd for an interactive exchange with one of the leading executives in the Texas and national healthcare marketplace - Mark Webb, CEO, University Children's Health.

Learning Objectives:
1. Achieve optimal design modularity to allow for speed-to-market, increased quality, reduced errors/deviation, and end-user satisfaction.
2. Achieve designs that enhance/improve operational flow and clinical team productivity, quality, and patient-centric care.
3. Achieve optimal operations and maintenance for the project life.
4. Achieve optimal communications with all stakeholders (patients, owners, users, A/E/C team).


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Mark Webb was named Chief Executive Officer for Pediatrics in 2015.

Previous to that he served as Senior Vice President of Facilities Administration since 2012, serving previously as Vice President of Facilities Development and Project Management since 2008.

He was responsible for University Health System’s $899-million Capital Improvement program which included the design and construction of a 420 patient
bed hospital tower, a 3,300 space parking garage, 260,000 square-foot clinical services building, and extensive renovation of existing facilities to include University Hospital, as well as 14 primary/specialty/preventive health centers and four dialysis centers.

In 2010, University Health System became South Texas’ first and only Magnet® healthcare organization, a status designated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and earned by about six percent of U.S. hospitals. University Health System also includes a non-profit HMO, Community First Health
Plans, a non- profit multi-specialty physician practice, Community Medicine Associates, and joint ownership of San Antonio AirLIFE.

As one of the Most Wired Hospitals and Health Systems in the nation, University Health System ranks in the top one percent of U.S. health organizations for achieving a high level of information technology integration.

Prior to joining University Health System, Mr. Webb served with the City of San Antonio as Director of the Aviation Department at San Antonio International Airport and Stinson Municipal Airport. During that time he was responsible for the $600+ million capital improvement program that included construction of a new terminal, 2,800 space parking garage, and air field improvements.

During his 14-year tenure with the City, he also worked in various management and executive team roles. While at the City, he worked on the several high profile development projects including the convention center expansion, developed and implemented consistent contract policies and procedures, assisted in the transition of Brooks Air Force Base to Brooks City Base, and provided property management and real estate services.

M.S., Urban Administration, Trinity University, 1995
B.S., Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University, 1986

Mark Webb has resided in San Antonio since 1987. He has three children.

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 typically meets on the the 3rd Friday of each month at 11:15 AM.
Committee Chair: Phil Scott, AIA

Thanks to our Sponsor: Rogers O'Brien Construction