Anthony Haas, FAIA, FACHA

Regional Healthcare Leader

A leader in medical design and planning, Anthony has earned an international reputation for achieving improved alignment between evolving operational demands and planning. His signature leadership style, defined by energy and empathy, galvanizes diverse groups, sometimes with competing agendas, to positive action. His success in coalescing individuals and teams around the larger project has garnered project awards, leadership positions, and the respect of his clients and colleagues across the world.

He is a valued contributor to the firm’s ground-breaking work in evidence-based design and has helped pioneer research and testing of new environments to support efficiency, performance, and staffing concepts.

Because of his collaborative leadership profile, Anthony is spearheading EYP’s presence in Denmark where the government has initiated an ambitious effort to expand and upgrade major hospitals in the system.

Representative Projects

Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center entrance at night

Leah M. Fitch Cancer Center

Comanche County Memorial Hospital

Ambulatory Care

A water feature, clerestory windows, and special finishes provide visual cues to ease wayfinding in this comfortable facility.

Exterior of Platte Valley Medical Center Community Hospital

Community Hospital

SCL Health Platte Valley

Acute Care

The 360-degree design features two equally prominent entrances to reinforce the facility’s community-friendly, “front door” identity.

exterior view

Bispebjerg Somatic Hospital

Region Hovedstaden

Specialty Care

Human focus: patients will enjoy an unprecedented level of care within an urban oasis.

Houston Methodist Outpatient Tower at dusk

Outpatient Center

Houston Methodist

Ambulatory Care

This 26-story triangular tower, topped by a “tiara” building brow and spire, has transformed the Houston skyline, as well as the outpatient experience.


Children's Hospital of San Antonio (CHOSA)


Children’s Health

Designing hospitals for children is an art as well as a science.