TAMEST Conversation on COVID-19: Healthcare Architecture and Facility Design
TAMEST (The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas) held a conversation on COVID-19: Healthcare Architecture and Facility Design, on Wednesday, October 7. Dr. Ray Pentecost, a leading researcher in healthcare architecture at Texas A&M University, joined top experts in medical facility design to explore ways to improve the design of hospitals, emergency facilities, clinics and other buildings to meet the challenges of COVID-19 and other highly communicable diseases.
Moderator: A. Ray Pentecost III, Dr.P.H.
Ronald L. Skaggs and Joseph G. Sprague Chair of Health Facilities Design;
Director, Center for Health Systems & Design;
College of Architecture, Texas A&M University