How To Leverage System-Wide Infrastructure To Manage Patients

posted March 23rd, 2020 in Thought Leadership

by Seth Rothman

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HCD recently posted a piece by Seth Rothman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, a senior healthcare architect at E4H on the adaptive-reuse of facilities for managing COVID-19 patients.

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About Seth Rothman

AIA, LEED AP, Associate

With nearly a decade of healthcare architecture experience, Seth has worked as a project architect, leading teams during all phases of design, development of construction documents, and construction administration tasks for top New York healthcare providers. He understands healthcare design trends and the technical requirements for these project types. Seth works well in cross-disciplinary teams to develop new productivity tools, including augmented reality uses in architecture and dynamic presentations. Seth enjoys coaching youth ice hockey, skiing, and exploring new cities and countries.

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srothman@e4harchitecture.com

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