Faculty Profile:

Lynn AguileraDirector of Strategic Space Planning and Transition StrategyLucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Lynn is the Administrative Director of Strategic Space Planning and Transition Strategy at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford and led the activation of the new Packard 2.0 main tower and treatment center in 2017 and 2018. This 521,000-square-foot, 149-bed facility includes six new surgical suites, a nuclear medicine department, three new imaging units, and four diagnostic units including a cardiac hybrid angiography suite. As a Transition Planner for over 10 years, Lynn has worked with over 30 healthcare facilities to plan and implement Dress Rehearsal events and move or activate the new facilities. Lynn is the lead author of Using Interdisciplinary Dress Rehearsal Events to Ensure Staff Readiness When Opening a New Healthcare Facility, Health Environments Research & Design Journal, July 2019. As a nurse and educator, Lynn understands the clinical perspective of projects, adding a unique value when planning future design, workflow, operations, and training.