Tom follows a data-centric approach to healthcare facility planning, using quantitative models and methodologies to anticipate tomorrow’s health service needs. As a senior healthcare planner, Tom is a recognized innovator in developing planning, cost and implementation models for healthcare institutions, helping them set logical long-term planning frameworks for cost-effective facilities.
With a career that spans nearly 40 years, Tom draws from his experience in architecture, engineering, management systems, and doctoral studies in advanced healthcare planning, information technology, and statistics. He has worked with a variety of healthcare providers, including Beaumont Health System, Detroit Medical Center, Henry Ford Health Systems, St. John Providence Health System, McMaster University Medical Centre, and the Karmanos Cancer Institute, among many others.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Manitoba and has completed doctoral studies at the University of Michigan. He is also a longstanding member of the American Institute of Architects.