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  By combining the architectural process with clinical practice, our designs reflect emerging medical therapies, evidence-based research, and best practices.

Dr. Diana Anderson

Medical Planner

New York, New York

No idea is too ambitious to consider. For instance: being both a doctor and an architect. For Diana, pursuing those goals together made her well suited to bringing a combined approach to medical planning.

A new addition to our Health & Wellness team, Diana is a certified architect through the Order of Architects of Quebec, and she’s recently completed her Internal Medicine residency at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center. She uses her expertise from these two disciplines to create space solutions that promote patient wellness as well as staff efficiency and health.

Healthcare design offers Diana a diverse set of experiences in project work, mentoring, and blending architecture with her academic skillset (through research, teaching, and peer review). Today, the notion of a hybrid model of education and expertise is gaining traction, and it’s through these models that we can solve new and complex challenges.

When she’s not at work, Diana might be found running or cycling. She might also be writing, publishing, or speaking about the intersection of architecture and medicine—possibly on her website,

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