COVID-19 Lessons Learned: The Evolution of Healthcare Interiors

posted July 14th, 2020 in Interior Design

by Nan Schramm

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Join DC’s Nan Schramm, LEED GA, EDAC, Fitwel Ambassador, Associate Partner, on a panel discussion hosted by Healthcare Design as the healthcare community rethinks design in the aftermath of COVID-19. Solutions to interiors, specifically, are being considered across the short and long term in the dialogue.
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About Nan Schramm

LEED GA, EDAC, Fitwel Amb, Associate Partner

Nan has been a practicing healthcare interior designer for over 30 years. While acting as Healthcare Forum Director for the New York City Chapter of the IIDA, she served as staff designer at a 1,500-bed nursing home and hospital for ten years. Being on-site enabled her to see the lifecycle of both designs and materials as well as bear witness to the special needs of a patient population. Nan has continued her career defining a vision for healing environments across all spectrums of care, while also writing and participating in committee work for The United States Green Building Council - National Capital Region. Nan is an avid hiker and enjoys volunteering at a local dog shelter.

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nschramm@e4harchitecture.com

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