Janet Dugan designs environments that support and enable wellness. With more than 20 years of experience designing for healthcare, she sees architecture as a tool that empowers patients, energizes care teams and enhances the financial health of the modern medical center.
Janet’s projects have won awards from Modern Healthcare, Contract Magazine, the Healthcare Facilities Symposium, the International Interior Design Association and the American Institute of Architects. She has published numerous articles in publications including Healthcare Design Magazine, Architecture Week, and the Journal of Neonatal Networking.
Healthcare Design 12, "Leaning Out the Architectural Process in Healthcare," November 2012
National Congress, American College of Healthcare Executives, "Hurricanes, Hospitals, and All that Jazz: Rebuilding Healthcare in New Orleans After Katrina,” March 2011
National Congress, American College of Healthcare Executives, "Emerging Designs: Planning a Free-Standing ED," March 2009
Design-Build Institute of America Healthcare Conference, "Emerging Designs for Emergent Care: how fast-track design can be the mother of innovation," November 2007
Healthcare Design 07, "Healing Environments: Not Just for Patients Anymore," November 2007
IFMA Healthcare Council -- Panelist, "High Performance Hospitals and Medical Research Facilities," September 2007
Healthcare Design 06, "Executive Health Services: Not Just Another Pretty Place," November 2006
Healthcare Design 06, "Emerging Designs for Emergent Care," November 2006
Healthcare Design 05, "Wellness as a Business Strategy," November 2005
Forum for Consumer Based Marketing Strategies,"Staging the Wellness Experience: the Many Settings of Satisfaction," April 2003
Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses, "Designing a Special-Care Nursery that Embraces Infant-Centered Care," May 2000