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Bill Rostenberg

Architecture for Advanced Medicine is an architectural consulting firm specializing in the design of state-of-the-art healthcare facilities focusing on imaging, interventional imaging and surgery. Bill has led the planning of complex healthcare projects around the globe and has written numerous books and articles about healthcare facility design, including the industry standard, The Architecture of Medical Imaging. He was named by Healthcare Design Magazine in 2010 as the most influential person in healthcare, and was elevated to Fellowship in the American Institute of Architects in 2001 for his contributions to improving the practice of architecture. Bill has been a featured speaker at national and international conferences including The Radiologic Society of North America, The American College of Surgeons, The American College of Healthcare Executives, The Association of Perioperative Nurses, The Union of International Architects / Public Health Group, The Center for Health Design, The International Design and Health Conference, The Quality Colloquium at Harvard University, The American Hospital Association, the American Society for Healthcare Engineering and The American Institute of Architects. Bill has been an invited guest instructor at prominent university healthcare architectural programs including Harvard University Graduate School of Design – Executive Education, Clemson University, Texas A&M University, Cornell University and the University of Kansas. Bill was invited to co-lead the re-writing of the Facility Guidelines Institute (international building code referenced throughout North America) chapters on imaging, interventional imaging and hybrid operating rooms.Bill holds architectural licenses in California, Arizona and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB).


Bill Rostenberg, FAIA  

Founding Principal, Architecture for Advanced Medicine