Health leaders, Catherine Loker and Morag Lee have been appointed to the governing committee of the Australian Health Design Council.
As the newest members of the Australian Health Design Council (AHDC) Principals Catherine Loker and Morag Lee, pictured above, join the country’s foremost health experts who share a vision for advancing research and fostering critical discussions in healthcare design.
Morag Lee, Principal in our Perth studio brings a wealth of experience from major healthcare projects across Australia, Asia and the UK. Her appointment as the Research Lead for the committee is driven by her passion for an evidence based approach to healthcare design aimed at elevating patient outcomes and creating a positive user experience.
Catherine Loker, Principal in our Sydney studio, is set to play a crucial role as the Secretary for the Council. With a vast knowledge base stemming from her involvement in highly complex health projects in Australia, New Zealand and Qatar, Catherine will contribute significantly to the Council’s initiatives.
The AHDC is a dynamic hub for health facility design professionals, dedicated to advancing high-quality and human-centred design through collaboration, knowledge sharing and innovation in both public and private sectors.
“Our team is thrilled and congratulate both Morag and Catherine for being elected as AHDC committee members,” says Leanne Guy, Principal and Health Sector Leader. “They are both fully committed to supporting continuous improvements in design and health outcomes for the community.”
“Catherine and Morag bring local and global perspectives and a deep understanding of opportunities in health architecture and planning.”
— Leanne Guy, Hassell’s Principal and Health Sector Leader