​​ACHA recently surveyed its certificants, fellows, candidates and applicants in an effort to reveal their insights on the future of healthcare architecture and the role of design in the COVID-19 healthcare crisis.

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​The American College of Healthcare Architects has announced the election of Angela Mazzi, FAIA, FACHA as the 2021 President of the Board of Regents.  Angela assumes this role as of January 1, 2021 and succeeds 2020 President Vince Avallone, AIA, ACHA. Steve Templet, AIA, ACHA of Sizeler Thompson Brown Architects has been named 2021 President-Elect of the Board of Regents. In addition, Dan Delk, AIA, ACHA, and Ann Adams, AIA, ACHA, have joined the Board of Regents.

The American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA) has announced its Class of 2020 Fellows, who were elevated to Fellow status in the College at the 2020 Annual Meeting:

  • Abigail Clary
  • William Ayars

The Council of Fellows was founded to advance the unique qualities of the profession of healthcare architecture by demonstrating and celebrating achievements of national significance. Fellowship is one of the highest honors bestowed upon a certificant of The American College of Healthcare Architects, who has shown distinction in fulfilling one specific Category of Nomination of their work and has demonstrated a nominee’s individual impact in healthcare facility architecture.

While there are nearly 400 colleagues in the United States and Canada who are ACHA board certified healthcare architects, there are only 49 ACHA Fellows as designated by the credential FACHA.