Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 is the podcast that explores the changing face of healthcare design through intimate conversations with leading creatives in the field. Host Cheryl Janis and her guests explore the heartwarming human stories of how design can provide hope and healing for patients and their families, growing hospitality-influenced design trends, consumer desires, new support care models, the latest technology and the big ideas that are changing the way hospitals, senior living facilities and healthcare environments are designed.
Episode 23: Rosalyn Cama - President and Principal Interior Designer at CAMA Inc.
Rosalyn Cama, FASID, NCIDQ, EDAC, has been the President and Principal Interior Designer at CAMA Inc. for 36 years. CAMA is a health design lab, studio, and collection that has spearheaded the evidence-based design movement. She and her team use research, team leadership, consulting, prototyping, and interior design to create environments and experiences that empower well-being.
EPISODE 22: DR. DIANA ANDERSON, MD, ACHA, M.ARCH - BOARD-CERTIFIED HEALTHCARE ARCHITECT WITH THE OAQ AND THE ACHA, LICENSED INTERNIST AND BOARD-CERTIFIED PHYSICIAN THROUGH THE ABIM
Dr. Anderson has worked on hospital design projects within the United States, Canada and Australia, specializing in medical planning of inpatient units, specifically intensive care unit environments. As a “dochitect”, Dr. Anderson combines educational and professional experience in both medicine and architecture, in order to truly understand what is involved in medical planning and working within the healthcare environment.
EPISODE 21: Suzanne Fawley - Behavioral Health Consultant at Stance Healthcare
Today we are joined by Suzanne Fawley – Behavioral Health Consultant at Stance Healthcare. Suzanne shares some of her early childhood experiences in the ED where her mother was an RN and the director of the department. “There were times when the school bus let me off at the hospital,” explains Suzanne. “Most of the time I watched people, and noticed how they processed anger or hurt and pain, and illness.” This and more on the changing face of behavioral health design on today’s episode.
EPISODE 20: TAMA DUFFY DAY - HEALTH AND WELLNESS LEADER AT GENSLER
Join us as we speak with Tama Duffy Day, Health & Wellness Leader at Gensler, regarding the power of engaging the design professional to improve health and wellness globally. Tama Duffy Day is a global author, lecturer, and speaker. She and her team at Gensler have received more than 50 awards and honors for their work, and for three consecutive years Tama was named one of the “Most Influential People in Healthcare Design” by Healthcare Design magazine.
EPISODE 19: WHITNEY HENDRICKSON - HEALTHCARE INTERIOR DESIGNER AT PERKINS+WILL
Whitney Hendrickson, former Pediatric RN and current Healthcare Interior Designer at Perkins+Will shares her thoughts on what hospitals might look like in the year 2040. “I’m sure there will be smart footwalls, maybe an Alexa-style nurse call system, a way to take peoples’ weights through the floor and their blood pressure through the bed they are sitting in,” says Whitney. Tune into this and more on what it’s like to be a healthcare interior designer from the perspective of a former pediatric nurse on today’s episode of Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 – The Lightning Round.
EPISODE 18: TERI LURA BENNETT - LEAD INTERIOR DESIGNER FOR JOHNS HOPKINS HEALTH SYSTEM
Join us in the first episode of The Lightning Round! The Lightning Round is your host, Cheryl Janis, one design industry expert and 12 questions for one awesome lightning round of healthcare design inspiration! In this episode, Cheryl interviews Teri Lura Bennett – the Lead Interior Designer at Johns Hopkins Health System.
EPISODE 17: AMY MAYS - INTERIOR DESIGN PRACTICE LEADER AT HDR
EPISODE 16: SARA PARSONS - PRINCIPAL AT GALLUN SNOW
Tune in to both parts of Episode 16, as we are joined by Sara Parsons – Principal at Gallun Snow, a nationally recognized interior design firm that specializes in healing, learning and community environments.
EPISODE 15: DEBRA LEVIN - PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE CENTER FOR HEALTH DESIGN
Listen to both parts of Episode 15, as we are joined by Debra Levin, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Center for Health Design–a nonprofit organization whose mission it is to transform healthcare environments into a healthier, safer world through design research, education and advocacy, and the creative use of evidence based design.
EPISODE 14: LISA BONNET - SENIOR INTERIOR DESIGNER AT E4H ARCHITECTURE
Listen to both parts of Episode 14, as we are joined by Lisa Bonnet, Senior Interior Designer at e4h Architecture – Environments for Health Architecture – a global architecture firm committed exclusively to the design of innovative health facilities.
EPISODE 13: SCOTT MCFADDEN - DIRECTOR OF DESIGN AT BSA LIFESTRUCTURES
Tune in to Episode 13, featuring Scott McFadden, Director of Design at BSA LifeStructures–an architectural and engineering firm that designs facilities to support, enhance and inspire healing, learning and discoveries. Scott is brilliant and passionate, and generously shares his wisdom from his 30 years of design work.
EPISODE 12: Avigail Eisenstadt - CEO, Founder and Principal Interior Designer at AE Design Group
Join in the first episode of our second season, featuring a spirited conversation with Avigail Eisenstadt—the founder of AE Design Group. In 2010 Avigail founded her firm after working as an in house designer for a New York based operator of high end assisted living and skilled nursing facilities as well as a lead designer for a healthcare specialty construction company specializing in skilled nursing renovation. AE Design Group, LLC is a New York based interior design firm specializing in distinctive and timeless designs.
EPISODE 11: AIMEE BURMASTER-HICKS - PRINCIPAL AT PAGE
Join in today’s episode with our lovely guest Aimee Burmaster-Hicks — Principal at Page Architecture firm at their Texas location. Aimee specializes in space planning and interior design development for corporate and healthcare clients.
Episode 10: Rebecca Rothstein - Board Chairwoman, Executive Committee Chair and Founding Member of Teen Cancer America
Join in this special interview with Rebecca Rothstein — Board Chairwoman, Executive Committee Chair and founding member of Teen Cancer America — an organization founded by The Who’s, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend.
Episode 9: KRISTIN ZEIT & JENNIFER KOVACS SILVIS OF EMERALD EXHIBITIONS
Join us as Cheryl speaks to Kristin D. Zeit – publisher of Healthcare Design and Environments for Aging magazines, and Jennifer Kovacs Silvis, editor-in-chief of Healthcare Design and Environments for Aging magazines at Emerald Expositions.
Episode 8: Tiana Lemons - Healthcare Studio Leader for Orcutt | Winslow
Episode 7: Jocelyn Stroupe - Director of Healthcare Interiors at Cannon Design
Join in this intimate conversation with Jocelyn Stroupe, Director of Healthcare Interiors At Cannon Design–an integrated global design firm that unites a dynamic team of architects, engineers, industry experts and builders driven by a singular goal — to help solve their clients’ and society’s greatest challenges.
EPISODE 6: REBECCA BRENNAN - PRINCIPAL AND FOUNDER OF DESIGN STUDIO BLUE
Join in this super informative conversation with Rebecca Brennan, principal and founder of Design Studio Blue, a design studio providing full-service interior architectural design services nationally.
EPISODE 5: JOANNA FRANK - PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE CENTER FOR ACTIVE DESIGN
Join in this fascinating conversation with Joanna Frank, founding President & CEO of the Center for Active Design, the leading non-profit organization that uses design to foster healthy and engaged communities.
EPISODE 4: DR. RICHARD JACKSON - NATIONALLY KNOWN PHYSICIAN AND PBS HOST OF THE DESIGNING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES SERIES
Join in this soulful conversation with nationally known physician and PBS host Dr. Richard Jackson of the Designing Healthy Communities Series, viewed in 4 million homes in the United States.