NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
What: The recent ebola virus outbreak in Africa has been the most serious case in history. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared an International Public Health Emergency and concerns remain about the virus spreading throughout the world and even into the U.S.
In the event of an infectious disease epidemic, patients must be treated in isolated healthcare containment facilities designed to prevent further spreading.
Who: Timothy Krawetz P.E., LEED AP, is a Vice President with Syska Hennessy Group, a global consulting, engineering and commissioning firm. He oversees the New York Healthcare Group for the company and has been the project manager on a number of recognized healthcare facility developments and hospital designs. He is an expert in the area containment facilities and available for commentary and interviews regarding:
- Ebola related news stories
- Latest in design for healthcare containment and isolation facilities
- What these facilities can do to ensure safety and prevent further spreading
Why: Mr. Krawetz is a recognized expert in healthcare engineering and can offer expert insight to reporters looking for commentary on stories related to ebola virus or other healthcare news. To set up an interview with Mr. Krawetz, please contact:
SOURCE Syska Hennessy Group