Join in this refreshing conversation with Tiana Lemons, Senior Associate, Healthcare Studio Leader for architectural firm Orcutt | Winslow’s Nashville office.
For the past 25 years, Tiana has given her talent to designing healthcare facilities across the country. Both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations have benefited from her keen eye and design sensibilities, including HCA, The Healthcare Corporation of America, and Regional Care.
My favorite part of this conversation was how Tiana brought me into her world of healthcare design, how she stays organized on big projects and how she combines her vision for a project with the vision of her strategic partners--developers and architects alike.
Detail-oriented and highly organized, Tiana is an interior designer with business know-how. She has a positive, creative, and innovative approach to design. She presents a strong visual style with a high level of design ability, experience, professionalism, and the capacity to manage multiple projects.
Tiana is also a leader within her profession. A member of IIDA since 1991, she has served on the IIDA TN Chapter board for the past 5 years and continues to serve in an advisory role to the board. She has also volunteered as a liaison for IIDA headquarters to the ASHE board of directors. At the 2016 ASHE Conference (in Denver), she presented alongside other design professionals for the “Design Trends to Support Patient Center Design.” She continues to mentor young professionals and leads by example.
Presented alongside other design professionals at the 2016 ASHE Conference on the topic of “Design Trends to Support Patient Center Design”
Most likely to be found at a Keith Urban concert—she saw him live seven times in one year. Does that make her a super fan? Yes.
Tiana has got a heart of gold. She volunteers with multiple non-profit organizations and is always the first to lend a hand. To get directly in touch with Tiana, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.owp.com. To download the paper “Journey on a Gurney” visit this link: http://www.owp.com/downloads/journey-on-a-gurney.pdf
Thank you to our industry partner The Center For Health Design! You can learn more about the incredible research, advocacy, and education work The Center For Health Design is doing at http://healthdesign.org, and you can gain access to an amazing, prolific collection of healthcare design resources by becoming a Center For Health Design affiliate. Thank you to The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers for their support of this show! Find out more about their certification program at http://aahid.org.
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