Community Based Outpatient Centers

Getting from project conceptualization to completion takes experienced leadership.

Community-based ambulatory medical facilities that conveniently provide needed care services to patients is imperative for vibrant and growing health systems. Coordinating all the elements of a development (project conceptualization, land identification, negotiation & acquisition, lease commitments, permitting & entitlement, financing & ownership, design &construction, commissioning and occupancy) is a process that requires a project champion with experience and commitment to complete the task.

Optimal Outcomes has replaced traditional developers multiple times where the project was spiraling out of control. Optimal has the perspective to insure your vision becomes a reality and ensure the strategy of bringing meaningful healthcare services to the community is actually realized.

CASE STUDY: There are many aspects of healthcare development that are far more complicated than with other building types. Complex functional uses, complex technology and equipment, unique code compliance, supplementary regulatory approvals, inter-relation of practices and complementary ancillary services all combine to yield a state-of-the-art, healthcare development for a community. With the Trilogy II project, despite an extended effort by another development firm, the project was failing. The initial firm struggled with a myriad of issues including complex entitlements, protests from neighboring land owners, a lack of physician commitment, and a lack of suitable financing and ownership structures. Optimal Outcomes stepped into the project and defined a new vision. Using its experience, physician relationships and established banking relationships, Optimal was able to successfully address each previously insurmountable issue. Optimal worked collectively with all parties to plan, approve, design and construct the facility. Through effective processes and open communication, Optimal cut the ribbon on schedule, below budget and with 100% occupancy. It was a best case scenario for all but most importantly the physicians, staff and patients utilizing the center.

An ambulatory surgery center and a comprehensive cancer center share the facility with a spine institute center of excellence, gastroenterologist, ophthalmologist, and primary care physicians. Most of the partners also hold equity positions in the development; something Optimal Outcomes believes brings long term stability to its projects.

It takes leadership with a long term view based on perspective with historical performance to guide healthcare development projects to success. Optimal Outcomes has the vision, financial strength and understanding of medical practice to pull users together and achieve excellence in healthcare facility development.

 

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