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EwingCole’s Natalie Miovski Named to National Healthcare Institute

Miovski2PHILADELPHIA — EwingCole, one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering and interior design firms, has announced that architect Natalie Miovski has been named a founding member of the Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design.

“Natalie is a nationally-recognized leader in planning healthcare spaces that work for patients as well as staff,” said EwingCole’s Executive Vice President S. Mark Hebden, AIA, LEED AP.  “She understands the importance of working collaboratively with hospital nurses, staff and administrators to create healthcare environments that are efficient, well-conceived and beautifully detailed.”

Launched in October 2010, the Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design is a not-for-profit nursing association committed to improving the design and function of work processes and the healthcare environment through education and collaboration. Based in New Jersey, the Institute offers online informational resources, best practices research, Q&A forums, and onsite organizational effectiveness education, assessment and analysis.

Ms. Miovski, a principal at EwingCole and a LEED-accredited professional, has special expertise in planning for the full range of healthcare functions, from outpatient clinics to complex inpatient environments, and has completed projects at the Geisinger Medical Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Mount Sinai Medical Center and Bayhealth Medical Center among others.

In practice for 50 years, EwingCole is an architecture, engineering, interior design, historic preservation and planning firm of more than 320 professionals. As an integrated practice, the firm believes that design of the built environment can enhance our clients’ ability to achieve long-term success. Based in Philadelphia, the firm also has offices in Washington, DC and Irvine, CA.  Visit


Posted March 16, 2011

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