Lead medical planner, Charles Martin, is known for his ability to develop efficient and effective architectural responses to diverse healthcare delivery issues, complex functional requirements and stringent programmatic considerations. His knowledge, straightforward approach and concise processes have helped achieve consensus among disparate clinical and administrative staff.
Charles speaks and writes frequently about the evolution of operating rooms and emergency departments. Recently, he spoke at the American Association of Thoracic Surgery on Hybrid ORs and his work and views have appeared in Health Facilities Management, Healthcare Design and Buildings magazine.
American Association of Thoracic Surgery, The Hybrid OR: Architectural Issues, Toronto, ON, May 2010
American College of Emergency Physicians, Emergency Services Planning & Design: A Primer for Emergency Services Executives, Seattle WA, 2007
Center for Healthcare Design, The Interventional Services Concept: .Banner Estrella Medical Center, Scottsdale AZ, 2005
National Symposium on Healthcare Design, Transforming Infection Control & Nursing within a Clinical Research Environment, Las Vegas, 2004