Frank Zilm brings over thirty years experience in the planning and
programming of healthcare facilities throughout the United States,
unique analytical skills, and research experience to address
contemporary health care needs. His experience includes working within
hospital administrations, with major architectural firms, and for the
past twenty years as a planning consulting. His graduate education
focused on health facilities planning and design, with a doctoral
dissertation at the University of Michigan on "The Effectiveness of
Computer Modeling in the Planning of Medical Centers." Frank has
completed master planning, programming, and design studies for major
medical center including M.D. Anderson, The Cleveland Clinic, The
University of Cincinnati, Children’s Hospitals and Clinic, University
Medical Center at Princeton, and community hospitals throughout the US.
Frank is a past president of the AIA Academy on Architecture for Health,
and a founding Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Architects.
He has published numerous articles on healthcare planning, lectures
throughout the United States, and is the co-author of the The Space
Planner Toolkit, an AHA program for planning and cost estimating.
Dr. Zilm is the Chester Dean Lecturer on Healthcare Design at the
University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design, and Planning.
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