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  My goal as a clinician is to translate mission, vision, and best clinical practices into designs with infrastructure, environment, and culture that best serve the end consumer and user.

Tracey Graham

Senior Associate, Healthcare

Arlington, Virginia

Tracey is a senior healthcare specialist and certified Nurse Practitioner with a Master’s in Business Management and Nursing. Certified in ACLS, PALS, CPR/BLS, Emergency, and Flight Nursing, Tracey has been a clinical instructor in Canada and the United States, and has extensive experience with the US Federal Government and Canadian Armed Forces.

Tracey understands the infrastructure and technology required to provide effective and efficient care, while ensuring a continued return on investment. She has been a program and hospital administrator, leading programs from the front line through all department levels, including national level program development responsible for million dollar projects. Her experience is coupled with insight into the International Organization for Standardization (Certified ISO 9001 Auditor), LEAN principles, Accreditation Standards, and Advanced Practice Requirements to provide the best infrastructure, patient experiences, and clinical environments.


I recently presented at the CHES National Conference on infrastructure upgrades and energy renewal.

How can healthcare organizations continue to function through a disaster, when they themselves might also be victims? I’ve shared my presentation “Continuity of Operations” to many of our clients and at many conferences—it’s a starting point for our facilities to create their own continuity plans.

I contributed a chapter to the forthcoming Nursing Orientation Program Builder: Essential tools for onboarding, orientation, and transition to practice. My section speaks about the role of the nurse leader in preceptorship and new-hire orientation.

L, David Marquet wrote an exploration of how to create better leadership habits with his true-story book Turn the Ship Around.

For a step-by-step guide on improving emergency departments, try No More Lethal Waits: 10 steps to transform Canada’s emergency departments by Shawn Whatley.

To show support for our fire fighters and officers, I volunteered my time with the World Police and Fire Games.

Recently, I spent some time ringing the bell for Salvation Army donor collections, and I also help Millbrook High School with their football fundraising.

I’ve worked as part of the Florida Department of Health Emergency Response Team for years.


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