Architects for Health has been a forum for sharing best practice, knowledge, innovation and thought leadership in the healthcare built environment since 1992.
Started by a collaboration of passionate healthcare architects, including Raymond Moss, Howard Goodman, Roger Dixon and Ann Noble, we give members the opportunity to share thoughts and learning as part of a vibrant and engaged healthcare community.
Today our membership is open to all who share our aims, not just architects. Our work reaches across the UK and internationally: we are a world leader in promoting healthcare design and proudly partner with the SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange to present the European Healthcare Design Congress.
Our annual programme promotes better understanding of current and emerging issues in health planning and design.
In our 30th year, we launched the AfH Knowledge Exchange – a virtual ‘centre of excellence’ for healthcare design, which bridges the gap between academia, professional practice and the NHS.
Our aim is to inspire, challenge and guide the next generation of healthcare designers, through a range of activities including the Student Design Awards (for students of architecture and interior architecture) and the Ann Noble Research Award, focusing on postgraduate research and theory.
Join us at: architectsforhealth.com/membership/
Stephanie Williamson and Jamie Bishop
Architects for Health