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New Director of Healthcare Named at Stafford King Wiese Architects

Radovanovich_Headshot_webStafford King Wiese Architects, a full service architecture, planning and interiors firm, is pleased to announce the addition of Beth Swenson Radovanovich, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP as the firm’s director of healthcare.


Radovanovich brings an impressive background in healthcare architecture, having contributed to the built environment of the medical industry for the past 33 years.  Her impressive and broad portfolio consists of architectural design, programming and master planning projects throughout the United States and in Canada.

She boasts expertise in the fields of strategic, operational and process development and optimization for healthcare organizations. As a recognized leader in the industry, Radovanovich has presented at several healthcare design conferences nationwide over the past decade.

As the firm’s Director of Healthcare, Ms. Radovanovich leads the development of the studio’s existing projects and manages the staff resources.  She is also a key contributor to the market’s strategic planning and business development efforts.  She is currently overseeing the additional phases of development at the University of California, Davis Medical Center’s Institute for Regenerative Cures and several modernization projects at Methodist Hospital of Sacramento, Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, Lodi Memorial Hospital and at several Northern California Kaiser Permanente facilities.

Prior to her association with Stafford King Wiese Architects, Radovanovich was the Associate Principal and Healthcare Leader for a large international architectural firm.  She was responsible for project leadership and development of the firm’s San Francisco healthcare practice.  During her tenure she worked with notable clients such as Kaiser Permanente, University of California, San Diego Medical Center, University of Chicago, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, and Interior Health of British Columbia.

Radovanovich is an integral addition to Stafford King Wiese Architects’ Healthcare Design Studio. Her expertise and varied background are great contributions to the development and sustainability of the firm’s healthcare practice.

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Posted November 30, 2011

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