AAHID Announces 2020 CHID Certificants
  • Announcements
  • AAHID Admin
  • December 09, 2020

Thirty-two interior designers have recently passed the American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) examination and earned the prestigious (CHID) Certified Healthcare Interior Designer® credential.

Passage of the examination and earning the CHID credential signifies that each of the following individuals have met the standards for education, experience and examination and is a certified healthcare interior designer:

  • Alisha Keizer Weiss, CHID | ECI
  • Amanda Martinez, CHID
  • Amy Cope, CHID | SSOE Group
  • Angie Nees, CHID | INVISION Architecture
  • Caitlin Christman, CHID | bda architects
  • Carrie Johansen, CHID | LPA Design Studios
  • Christina Hill, CHID | VA Medical Center
  • Cindy Lescale, CHID | Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System
  • Corinn Soro, CHID | Kideney Architects
  • Elisha Lorenzi, CHID | EML Interiors LLC
  • Emily Wallbillick, CHID | Pulse Design Group
  • Erin Tallman, CHID | Anderson Mikos Architects
  • Jenna Sabia, CHID | bda architects
  • Jennifer Bermudez, CHID | Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
  • Judy Magaha, CHID | Alfonso & Associates Consulting, Inc.
  • Julie Lundin, CHID | Golden Spiral Design
  • Julieanne Hall, CHID | City of Hope National Medical Center
  • Karen Welsko, CHID | Ridge Commerical Interiors
  • Karrie Wimble, CHID | BSA LifeStructures
  • Kelli Henson, CHID | Dekker/Perich/Sabatini
  • Kelsey Sulik, CHID | CannonDesign
  • Kimberly Sansone, CHID | Stucky Vitale Architects
  • Kristen DelGandio, CHID | Wilmot Sanz, Inc.
  • Kristen Wolfe , CHID | bda architects
  • Kristin Brawley Lopez, CHID | Grace Hebert Curtis Architects, APAC
  • Kristina Klingbeil, CHID | Stantec
  • Rebecca Trybus, CHID | Forum Architecture & Interior Design
  • Samantha Koblitz, CHID | Renown Health
  • Sarah Tetens, CHID | Baskervill
  • Seanna Ross, CHID | S. Tipton Studio
  • Shelby Frye, CHID | Pulse Design Group
  • Stanley Spellman, CHID | Spellman Brady and Company

A minimum of three years of healthcare interior design/healthcare architecture experience and NCIDQ or NCARB certification -OR- ten years of healthcare interior design/healthcare architecture experience is required take the comprehensive examination. The CHID examination is a rigorous assessment requiring examinees to demonstrate competence in a variety of aspects that affect the healthcare interior environment. The examination covers acute care, ambulatory care and residential healthcare.

The CHID appellation further distinguishes preeminent healthcare interior designers from designers, decorators, and interior designers. More information about the organization may be found at www.aahid.org.

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