Title: Managing Principal, Healthcare Lead
Organization: IBI Group
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Tony Burley is the US Healthcare Sector Leader for IBI Group, and Managing Principal of the IBI Los Angeles Office. A UK born and trained architect, Tony has a passion for furthering the debate centered at the point at which of health delivery touches the built environment. He began his career in healthcare design on a landmark project for World renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children in the UK, where he is now a member of the Foundation Trust, and has gone on to lead and participate in multiple high profile healthcare and science projects in Europe, the Middle East and North America. Tony is an active member of healthcare design community. He is a former executive committee member of Architects for Health in the UK, and has spoken about leading edge healthcare design issues at conferences in the UK, Middle East and US including a paper on evidence based patient room design developed jointly with evidence based design guru Professor Roger S Ulrich, formerly of Texas A&M University.
Why are you motivated to participate in the Health Leaders Network? How will your participation enhance your current and future work?
Throughout my career, I have always highly valued the healthcare service and facility design community, and have advocated the benefits of sharing experiences and examples of new thinking and best practice with peers. As my career has taken me to different locations, I have been fortunate to speak at international healthcare conferences on matters as diverse as Evidence Based Sense Sensitive Design for Children to Lean Thinking in Healthcare Design.
I anticipate that participation in the ULI Health Leaders Network will broaden the circle of contacts and level of debate around healthcare settings and their roles within our urbanizing world. I look forward to hearing multiple perspectives on the subject and to sharing my own experiences and thoughts.