GREATER KANSAS CITY, MO. – July 11, 2018 – Hoefer Wysocki announced that Patrick McCurdy, AIA, has joined the firm as Vice President, Healthcare Practice Leader. Patrick brings nearly 30 years of global healthcare expertise in leadership, project management and design excellence. Patrick is passionate about continuous improvement and lean methodology as related to healthcare facility operations, providing design solutions that are process-driven, future-focused and centered on next-generation medicine.

Patrick McCurdy, AIA. Photo Courtesy of Hoefer Wysocki

Patrick McCurdy, AIA. Photo Courtesy of Hoefer Wysocki

“We’re thrilled to have Patrick’s talent and passion for healthcare design. His process-driven approach to design will be a great asset to our clients in this sector,” states Mitch Hoefer, CEO and Founding Partner.

A proven collaborator, mentor and strategist, Patrick’s integrated, team-centric approach engages the knowledge and expertise of planners, designers, contractors, owners, end users and regulatory officials throughout each step of the design and delivery of innovative healthcare projects.

It is this passionate approach that ensures our team delivers efficient, cost-effective facilities that meet our clients’ visions, budgets and goals,” Hoefer said.

“I am excited to be a part of a firm that brings an understanding of national and regional healthcare challenges along with the ability to deliver high-quality design with solutions that improve healthcare facilities’ performance and outcomes while enhancing the patient experience. In my day-to-day work, I will ensure our design teams consistently deliver innovative design solutions that make our clients better at what they do.”

In addition to his professional practice, he is active in the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH), American Society of Healthcare Executives (ASHE), and is a candidate of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Kansas where he currently serves as a member of the Architecture Advisory Board for the School of Architecture, Design & Planning.