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  • Contributors

Nancy Berlinger is a research scholar at The Hastings Center.

Leonard L. Berry is distinguished professor of marketing and holds the M.B. Zale Chair in Retailing and Marketing Leadership in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He is also professor of humanities in medicine in the College of Medicine. He wrote Management Lessons from the Mayo Clinic (McGraw-Hill, 2008).

Benjamin Boltin is a consultant specializing in the design, construction, and operation of federally qualified health centers.

Matthew DeCamp is a Greenwall Fellow in bioethics and health policy and fellow in general internal medicine at Johns Hopkins University.

Mark Gindi is a psychiatry resident at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. He has an MFA from Columbia University's fiction writing program.

Susan Dorr Goold is a professor of internal medicine and health management and policy at the University of Michigan.

Robin Guenther is a principal at Perkins+Will. She coordinates the Green Guide and coauthored Sustainable Healthcare Architecture (Wiley, 2007).

Mark A. Hall is professor of law and public health at Wake Forest University and codirects its Master of Arts in Bioethics program.

D. Kirk Hamilton is associate professor of architecture at Texas A&M University.

Cheryl Herbert is a registered nurse trained in business administration and president of Dublin Methodist Hospital.

Frederick A. Hessler is managing director and head of the Health Care Group at Citigroup.

Sandra H. Johnson is interim dean and professor emerita of law and health care ethics at Saint Louis University School of Law. She is coauthor of Health LawCases, Materials and Problems (6th ed., Thomson West, 2008).

Erik Malmqvist is a postdoctoral research fellow in health, ethics, and law at the Centre for Research on Meaning, Ethics and Society (CERSES), Université Paris Descartes, in Paris, France.

Clayton Merritt is vice president of Traton Engineering Associates and specializes in health care design. He formerly worked for FKP Architects.

Derek Parker has designed hospitals and biomedical research facilities in fifteen countries and won more than seventy-five awards for design. He cofounded the Center for Health Design.

Duane Roth is CEO of CONNECT, an organization that fosters entrepreneurship in the San Diego region, vice chairman of the Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, and founder and chairman of the board of Alliance Pharmaceutical Corporation.

Blair L. Sadler is a senior fellow at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and past president and CEO of Rady Children's Hospital, San Diego. He coauthored Transforming the Health Care Experience through the Arts (Aesthetics, Inc., 2009) and is a fellow and board member of The Hastings Center.

Robert Sparrow is senior lecturer at the Centre for Human Bioethics at Monash University.

Jennifer K. Walter is a pediatrician and Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She coedited The Story of Bioethics (Georgetown, 2003).

Alan Yordy is president and chief mission officer for PeaceHealth. [End Page 52]



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