Dan Morgan, AIA, EDAC, a health care architect who has spent his 32-year career helping organizations transform and improve the way they deliver care, recently joined BWBR, one of the largest and most experienced design firms in the Upper Midwest serving the health care market.
Trained in evidence-based design, Morgan has served both large and small health care organizations to examine their practices and find solutions that create more efficient and patient-centered facilities. Among the organizations with which he’s worked include Aurora Health Care, UW Health, and SSM Dean Medical Group in Wisconsin and Centegra Health System in Illinois.
“Dan brings experience and talent that bolsters what we are able to offer health care organizations,” said Peter G. Smith, FAIA, president and CEO of BWBR. “Hospitals and clinics are facing generational, technological, and regulatory challenges that are changing the way they deliver care. Dan’s insights and knowledge of best practices is helping create the facilities to meet those challenges.”
“BWBR’s work is known for being client-centered and focused on the needs of the communities that the organizations serve. That approach to health care design creates environments that are intuitive, efficient, and sustainable for generations to come, and it’s what has attracted me to join them,” Morgan said.
Morgan has spent his career working in the southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois market. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee College of Architecture and Urban Planning, he most recently worked at Kahler Slater where he provided project leadership on architectural and planning services totaling about $3.6 billion in total project costs.