Health SES 2021 (Virtual)
February 11, 2021
Brought to you by the Committee on Architecture for Health
SAVE THE DATE! WE ARE GOING VIRTUAL THIS YEAR!
Health Symposium Exhibition & Social (SES) annually provides an opportunity for education and networking to members of the architectural and healthcare communities. However 2021 will look a little different, we are going VIRTUAL.
We recognize that the global pandemic we're experiencing is creating intense challenges for most everyone. As a result, AIA Houston has decided to move 2021 Health SES to be 100% virtual. By going virtual, we have an opportunity to expand our engagement to organizations throughout the U.S. We understand that a virtual event isn't quite the same as in-person, but we are confident we can deliver a fantastic conference providing meaningful knowledge and content.
Theme: The Moment after this Moment - Future of Healthcare in Houston
We will discuss healthcare system leaders’ thoughts and experiences from 2020. How each system has managed their facilities and operations during COVID. How are they taking care of staff? How do they develop a business plan for the future that protects the Health, Safety, & Welfare of patients? Does telehealth change the way they deliver care?
Sid Sanders, SVP, Houston Methodist
- Sid Sanders is the Senior Vice President for Construction/Facilities Design and Real Estate Management at Houston Methodist. He is also President and CEO of TMH Medical Office Buildings, a subsidiary of Houston Methodist. He is responsible for a $4 Billion capital construction program and campus master planning at all campuses. He oversees a multi-hundred million dollar real estate portfolio and a two million SF medical office building portfolio.
Jill Pearsall, SVP, Texas Children's Hospital
- Jill Pearsall is the Vice President of Facilities Planning & Development and Real Estate Services at Texas Children’s Hospital. She has leadership responsibility for real estate strategy, transaction and acquisition, facilities planning, project management and on-going support programs of artwork/signage, interiors/logistics, space management, and facilities information. Jill is a licensed architect in Texas and California and holds a certificate from the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Jill joined hospital in 2002 and has remained intimately involved in planning, developing and executing over 5 million square feet of new construction and managing over $2.4B of work. She serves on several organizational committees, including Environmental Safety, Emergency Management, Facilities Executive, Executive Space Management and Capital Management. Jill is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. Prior to switching to facilities management and joining the healthcare industry, she practiced commercial and institutional architecture in both California and Texas.
Bhargav Goswami, AIA, MBA, ACHA, Director, Facilities Planning Services, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Russ Korcuska, VP, Capitol Construction and Interim Supply Chain VP, Memorial Hermann Health System