Medica while Bill was employed with a previous
Since his first hospital design assignment
in 1973, Bill Persefield has devoted his 48+ year career exclusively to the
planning, design and delivery of cost-effective, patient-centered and practical healing
environments. His passion is the delivery of quality healthcare environments for the communities and patients served, both on-time and in-budget.
On major capital programs in the U.S. and abroad, he has led all phases of the healthcare facility development process, including needs analysis, planning, programming, design, construction and project management.
In 2000, Bill earned inclusion among the fewer than two hundred (200) architects in the United States recognized by the American Institute of Architects for their expertise in the planning and design of healthcare facilities. In that year, he also was selected and inducted as a Founding Member of the American College of Healthcare Architects (ACHA): (http://www.healtharchitects.org/).
Prior to founding Medica Development in July 2007, he led planning and design efforts on well over 100 major healthcare facilities throughout the world, including new, renovation and replacement hospital projects in the United States, Mexico, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, China, Central America and South America.
Bill’s healthcare project experience encompasses a full range of facility types and locations - from a small $2 million day-surgery center in North Texas to a
$2.5 billion health sciences center and tertiary care hospital in Jeddah,
Bill earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas in 1977. His professional memberships, registrations and affiliations include:
- American Institute of Architects
- American College of Healthcare Architects
- National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
- Texas Society of Architects
- Registered Professional Architect in:
- North Carolina