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Roseann Pisklak, NCIDQ, AAHID, LEED AP, EDAC

Lead Interior Designer, Interior Design National Group Leader Coordinator

Principal

Roseann is a leader in the Healthcare Interior Design Studio. Her client-driven approach inspires communication and a shared purpose among stakeholders and project team members. She strives to merge aesthetic sensibilities with business goals, while encouraging ongoing collaboration from concept through completion. Specializing in interior architecture and design for complex healthcare and specialized academic facilities, she is well-versed through all phases of design and furniture planning projects. Her role as a mentor within the design community is well known from her continuous volunteer work as an instructor for NCIDQ preparatory classes.

Publications

Discover insights from EYP's Healthcare Consortium with healthcare facility and workplace professionals. More

With everchanging guidelines and mandates, how will back-to-work actually work? Learn how the EYP Rapid Response team positioned our DC office for a successful return to the office. More

Lead Interior Designer Roseann Pisklak and Chief Storyteller Jennifer Hebblethwaite share strategies employers can take to improve workplace safety and reassure employees. More

Happier, healthier patients aren’t the only positives of following the Planetree philosophy. More

In this Medical and Construction Design article Roseann Pisklak and Stephanie Schwindel explore the changing face of design for a global healthcare experience.

The growing international healthcare market is forcing institutions to be innovative and develop specialized spaces for their constituents. This Medical Construction & Design article shows how our team worked with Houston Methodist Hospital's Global Patient Services program to create a unique environment for international patients. More

Healthcare institutions are designing emergency departments that address the ever-evolving needs of patients, staff, and visitors. Medical Construction & Design discusses new trends in ED design, including open team workstations and layouts planned to minimize wait and patient turnaround times.