Andrew M. Ibrahim, MD, MSc, is a senior principal and chief medical officer for HOK’s Healthcare practice. A surgeon and assistant professor of surgery, architecture and urban planning at the University of Michigan, Dr. Ibrahim leverages his expertise in surgery, architecture and clinical care to collaborate with HOK’s Healthcare planning and design teams to create forward-looking solutions that address society’s most urgent health challenges.
Dr. Ibrahim received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Case Western Reserve University with a year of coursework at The Bartlett School of Architecture in London. He received additional training in healthcare delivery and policy as a Crile Fellow at Princeton University, a Doris Duke Fellow at Johns Hopkins Hospital and as a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Michigan.
His research has led to numerous articles and book chapters in publications including the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Catalyst. Speaking engagements have taken him across the world for invited lectures hosted by organizations including the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), New Zealand’s Institute for Innovation and Improvement and France’s IRCAD Institute.
Doctorate of Medicine
University of Michigan
Masters of Health Services Research
John Hopkins Hospital
Doris Duke Fellow