Dorothy Lloyd Joins HOK as a New Director of Global Healthcare Practice
Based in HOK’s San Francisco office, Dorothy Lloyd, AIA, EDAC, brings 30 years of experience as an architect and consultant in the healthcare industry, with a focus on creating high-performance environments that support patient-centered services.
“Dorothy’s clinical and technical experience enables her to plan highly successful facilities for healing, learning and discovery,” said Patrick MacLeamy, FAIA, LEED AP, HOK’s chairman and CEO. “She will help lead our teams in bringing design excellence and operational efficiency to our clients’ healthcare environments worldwide, enabling them to deliver the best patient outcomes and drive innovation in clinical design.”
“Over my career I have watched healthcare buildings evolve from simple containers of people and processes to nurturing environments that bring comfort, hasten recovery and encourage collaborative thinking to advance healthy living,” said Lloyd. “I look forward to taking advantage of HOK’s position as a global leader in healthcare planning and design to create beautiful, sustainable and affordable facilities that help our clients improve the health of patients and communities.”
Lloyd comes to HOK from a position as an architecture principal at Stantec in San Francisco, where she led healthcare facilities development strategies, strategic master planning, and functional and space programming projects.
A registered architect and member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Lloyd holds a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada, and a Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. She is a frequent contributor to national and international conferences and publications on healthcare facility design and delivery.
HOK’s Healthcare practice provides strategic, operational, research, planning and design services for all types of healthcare clients. The group’s projects have ranged from community clinics and ambulatory care facilities to academic teaching hospitals. They range from new construction, expansion and renovation projects to system-wide strategic master planning. Recent projects include the Scripps Prebys Cardiovascular Institute in La Jolla, Calif.; the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis, Ind.; the Cedars-Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion in Los Angeles; Kaiser Redwood City Master Plan and New Hospital in Redwood City, Calif.; the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Expansion in Columbus, Ohio; Harlem Hospital Center Modernization in New York; the Ng Teng Fong General Hospital in Jurong, Singapore; and Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital in Novena, Singapore.