commitment and knowledge
Designing for healthcare is a specialized field
requiring critical understanding of specific patient
needs, health and safety concerns, regulatory
compliance, environmental issues, and more.
The Certified Healthcare Interior Designer (CHID)
credential is the only accreditation that tells
colleagues, clients and potential employers that
your education and experience in healthcare interior
design distinguishes your qualifications.
CHID is administered by The American Academy of
Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID). AAHID’s sole
function is to board-certify interior designers that
specialize in acute care, ambulatory care, and residential
care facility design. AAHID also maintains a public online
directory of all CHIDs.
The CHID credential is the benchmark qualification,
required on many government and private sector RFQs.
Get credit for what you do.
To get started or learn more, visit
aahid.org or call 847.375.6870. AAHID
Circle 158 on the reader service card or visit interiorsandsources.com/freeinfo