EYP Health Designer Yin Jiang Becomes Licensed Architect

07/25/2017 | EYP Health

EYP Health, one of the largest healthcare design practices in the United States, is pleased to announce that Yin Jiang, AIA, Ph.D., is now a licensed architect.

Jiang works closely with technical architects, consultants, and clients to design creative solutions in the built environment. He has worked on several healthcare projects nationwide for EYP Health, including the UNC REX Healthcare North Carolina Heart & Vascular Hospital in Raleigh, NC, the Jersey Shore University Medical Center HOPE Tower in Neptune, NJ; the Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital in Sugar Land, TX; the UCHealth Memorial North Hospital in Colorado Springs, CO; and the Hackensack University Medical Center in Hackensack, NJ.

“Yin Jiang is a talented and versatile designer,” said Charles Griffin, FAIA, FACHA, Principal and Healthcare Sector Leader for EYP Health. “We’re extremely proud of his professional achievement and honored to have him on our team.”

Jiang earned a Ph.D. in Architecture, as well as Master degree of Architecture and Certificate in Health Systems and Design from Texas A&M University.

EYP is transforming the future of healthcare design by creating EYP Health through the united expertise of WHR Architects and Stanley Beaman & Sears. EYP Health, one of the largest healthcare design practices in the United States, is committed to helping clients address one of the biggest issues facing our nation today by transforming the healthcare experience. The award-winning practice is internationally recognized as the leader in evidence-based design innovation, with deep expertise in medical planning. The partner of choice for the world’s foremost medical center, EYP Health is consistently ranked #1 for healthcare renovation in the country by Health Facilities Management’s Construction Quarterly. For more information, visit www.eypae.com/healthcare.