As Page's Director of Healthcare, Brian Martin, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, LEED AP, upholds Page's tradition of design that makes lives better for patients and their families, healthcare providers and facility administrators.
He has led design teams in the development of complex projects varying in scale, from new design and construction to the expansion and renovation of hospitals, medical office buildings, specialty hospitals and cancer centers.
Brian’s passion for the rigorous integration of user experience into design is evident in his award-winning work. Over the course of his career, he has moved from designing buildings to developing processes focused on client’s specific project goals. He strives to provide facilities that empower clients to operate a system of environments that are both integrated and customizable. They need to be structurally homogeneous enough to address big problems of payer markets, population health and wellness but also flexible enough to embrace diverse care cultures so they can be implemented, maintained, and thrive.
Brian is drawn to healthcare design because the complexity, rich programming and rigid structure of the projects all drive his creativity. Even within the same project type, numerous variables related to client needs require measured solutions to address differing design challenges. He explains his success comes from focusing his efforts on defining the design problem for clients so their investment will have a lasting and significant impact, and empower their staff.