It truly takes a village. The Center for Health Design is deeply appreciative of the many organizations and individuals who have contributed – and continue to contribute – to EDAC’s development, growth and continuing success:
EDAC’s Educational Partner funded production of the Study Guides. Steelcase Health continues to serve as a thought partner and promoter of EDAC.
A group of volunteers who monitor all aspects of the program and recommends modifications, as needed.
These companies were involved in the development of EDAC education and exam content to support the program's public launch into the industry.
Companies and organizations are helping advance evidence-based healthcare design by supporting the EDAC program through a commitment to achieving EDAC certification. Learn how to become an Advocate Firm - Download this fact sheet for more information, and contact us to get involved.
Organizations that are showing their commitment to evidence-based healthcare design by encouraging their members to achieve EDAC certification.
Providing the resources and information to help universities start their own healthcare facilities programs, CHD is looking to engage students and professionals by asking them to think differently about healthcare spaces and their effect on patients, families and staff.
RWJF provided initial funding to develop the EDAC program.