Tatiana Guimaraes

Adjunct Professor
Tatiana has over 20 years of diversified healthcare planning and design experience. She leads planning teams in the creation of innovative healthcare facilities throughout the United States and abroad. These experiences provide her with consistent exposure to state-of-the-art health delivery systems from which she is able to glean fresh insight to bring to new projects. Her approach stresses the importance of creating innovative planning that maximizes operational efficiencies and allows for future flexibility and adaptability, with a focus on healing for patients, staff and families.

She is a frequent speaker at healthcare symposiums and conferences, recently speaking at the AHCA Symposium in Orlando, Florida and the GHEF Conference in Rastatt, Germany. Tatiana served as President of the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health. During her presidential year, her focus was on enhancing awareness in the community regarding the value the Academy provides in improving the design of healthcare facilities.