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EPISODE 29: Sara Marberry - EDAC, Healthcare Design Knowledge Expert, Marketing Consultant & Writer

Sara Marberry, EDAC, Healthcare Design Expert, Marketing Consultant, and writer on the short-and long-term effects of the current crisis on the healthcare design industry. Sara shares, “A halt on projects in the short term is not necessarily a bad thing. I think this will bring more renovation projects to make them safer to attract new residents in senior care facilities, for example.” This and how Sara’s career path changed at age 25 when she met Wayne Ruga at the San Francisco Furniture Mart on today’s episode of The Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 podcast!

Sara Marberry has been a healthcare design expert, writer, speaker, and marketing consultant for the past 30 years. Her industry involvement is wide and deep, including board positions with The Center for Health Design and the Symposium on Healthcare Design. In 1993, Sara and her colleagues formed the nonprofit Center for Health Design, which has been instrumental in advancing the idea that the design of the physical environment affects patient outcomes.

Sara has written 4 books on healthcare design including:
  1. Power of Color
  2. Innovations in Healthcare Design
  3. Healthcare Design
  4. Improving Healthcare With Better Building Design
Aside from her client work with Sara Marberry LLC, Sara has worked with organizations on the front lines of healthcare, like the Joint Commission and Healing Healthcare Systems. She has done website projects with the Facility Guidelines Institute and the American Academy of Healthcare Designers.
Sara regularly blogs on current events and topics related to healthcare design and senior living design at https://www.saramarberry.com/.
This program is brought to you by Porcelanosa who extend their heartfelt appreciation for your support of this podcast. Stay safe and be well. To learn more about Porcelanosa, visit http://porcelanosa.com.

Thank you to our industry partner, The Center for Health Design. To learn more about CHD’s new program MakingRoom, Connecting hotels and hospitals with urgent needs for space, please visit, https://www.healthdesign.org/makingroom.

Additional support for this podcast comes from our industry partners:
  • The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers
  • The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design
Learn more about how to become a Certified Healthcare Interior Designer®  by visiting the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers at: https://aahid.org/.
Connect to a community interested in supporting clinician involvement in design and construction of the built environment by visiting The Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design at https://www.nursingihd.com/
Thank you for listening to today’s episode of Healthcare Interior Design 2.0 – The Lightning Round. If you enjoyed any part of this show, please help our podcast grow by spreading the good word on social media, and to your online community. Stay safe and be well! For the full roster of shows, visit http://healthcareidpodcast.com.
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