E4H Environments for Health Architecture has added John Rodenbeck, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, EDAC, as partner and Cherise Poulin, Associate AIA, as associate partner to its New York, New York office.
Rodenbeck, previously a healthcare principal and practice leader at CannonDesign, has over 25 years of healthcare planning, creative programming and design experience with hospitals, medical centers and health systems. He takes a patient-, family and staff-centric approach to health design by creating spaces that integrate state-of-the art technologies with a welcoming environment. Rodenbeck’s most notable projects include Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Montefiore Medical Center, as well as regional hospitals, such as White Plains Hospital and Einstein Medical Center Montgomery.
With more than 20 years of experience working in the design industry, Poulin also comes to E4H from CannonDesign where she was vice president and business development leader. Understanding the importance of communication and collaboration, Poulin is adept at developing new initiatives and tools to improve marketing and business development processes and ensuring that clients’ long-term goals are accomplished. Poulin is a member of American Institute of Architects and an active member of the New York Building Congress. In her role at E4H, she will lead client engagement initiatives and business strategies as the firm continues to expand.