The Association of Medical Facility Professionals (AMFP) has formed its 9th chapter in Charlotte, NC, and named Jennifer O’Donnell, FreemanWhite, as the chapter’s first president.
O’Donnell is joined on the AMFP Charlotte Board of Directors by Vice Presidents Matt Stiene, Novant Health, Bennett Thompson, Atrium Health, and C. Thorn Baccich, Jr., Flagship Healthcare Properties, Treasurer Davis H. Liles, AIA, BR+A, and Secretary Chuck Cardwell, Walter P. Moore.
“The Charlotte market has become a critical destination for AEC firms to plant a flag,” said O’Donnell. “The continued population growth in the area has increased demand for healthcare services and Charlotte-based healthcare institutions are
responding with multiple new greenfield hospitals coming online, aggressive expansion plans, and modernizing facilities to stay competitive from a market share and care delivery standpoint.”
O’Donnell said membership in the AMFP Charlotte chapter will benefit those in the healthcare-built environment as they meet to share information, learn, and support one another. A 12-month membership in AMFP (including National and Chapter
dues) is just $95 for Healthcare End Users and $195 for Strategic Partners. Learn more about AMFP Charlotte.
The Association of Medical Facility Professionals is a professional member-based, non-profit organization for the healthcare-built environment to collaborate, network, learn and share best practices. In addition to Charlotte, AMFP has chapters in Central Florida, Chicago, Houston, North Texas, Northern California, New York City, Philadelphia and Upper Midwest. Officials expect a chapter to be forming soon in Columbus, OH.