Kurt Neubek




Kurt Neubek is widely known for his expertise in programming, planning and managing complex healthcare projects. He frequently writes about these specialties and is often invited to give presentations at regional and national conferences as well as web-based seminars with audiences joining in around the globe. When asked about his successes, Kurt quotes an author who says, “Thorough preparation makes its own luck.”

Kurt’s drive for excellence was evident early on when he first earned distinction at the University of Illinois for graduating magna cum laude, and then again at Arizona State University where he received a Master of Architecture with highest honors. Thus, it’s no wonder he received the coveted designation of Fellow in the American Institute of Architects when he was only 42. That honor made him one of the youngest members of the College of Fellows, sometimes called the Architects’ Hall of Fame.

He has led projects and studies for numerous healthcare clients such as Baylor College of Medicine, the Chickasaw Nation, Dalian (China) Medical Center, HCA, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Texas Children’s Hospital and dozens of others. Again, the range of project types is broad and includes clinics, freestanding emergency centers, greenfield hospital campuses, and senior living facilities.