Australian Health Design Council

The Australian Health Design Council (AHDC) represents the health design sector in providing expert advisory services in health facility design, planning and management for industry and government.

Our key objectives are to establish and promote a shared vision for high-quality, efficient and effective health facility design that responds to the needs of the Australian populace. The AHDC is committed to encouraging the further development of the Australasian Health Facility Guidelines and the effective implementation of integrated project briefing and Building Information Modelling (BIM) technologies.

Our vision is of an industry that shares knowledge, information, technology, research and experience to promote consistency and effectiveness of health design across all projects – in both public and private sectors.

The AHDC collaborates closely with health facility design and construction technology groups across Australia and New Zealand, and actively seeks membership from all stakeholders. Members of the AHDC have the opportunity to shape our industry and contribute to improving the quality and sustainability of health facility design.
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Kate Copeland
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Australian Health Design Council