Mike Apple, RA, EDAC, ACHA, LEED AP
Mike is a healthcare architect and planner with experience designing inpatient and outpatient facilities of all sizes in the U.S. and abroad. He has published in peer reviewed journals and industry publications on topics including patient visibility and infection control. Mike is skilled at evaluating architectural and clinical factors to create designs that support patients, families and staff. His responsibilities include programming, design and project coordination.
"Great healthcare design isn't just about creating a beautiful building; it's about beautifully designing a strategy, a process, a technology or an experience that transforms healthcare delivery in ways big and small. It's about shaping the world around us to improve quality of life and, ultimately, health outcomes."
Mike earned his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology and proceeded to Chalmers University of Technology to earn his Master of Science in Architecture. He is a Board Certified Healthcare Architect with the American College of Healthcare Architects and a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.