Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers have accelerated plans to implement technology-enabled healthcare solutions and medical equipment. From virtual visits via telehealth and touchless fixtures to automated health screening and robot-controlled disinfecting systems, technology is now considered a vital component of prevention. To meet this demand, multi-disciplinary architecture firm Hoefer Wysocki is expanding its clinical technology solutions team.
Kelley Irving has joined the team as senior project manager, bringing over 25 years of experience in healthcare technology consulting and medical equipment planning. In this role, she will serve as the essential connection between the health system and the architectural design team to implement clinical technology solutions into new and renovated facilities across the United States.