“It’s been a great run working with RETTEW, and here’s yet another example of exceeding my expectations! I wish everyone were as easy to work with and as accommodating!” – Rick Poillon, Willow Valley Communities
“If done correctly, creating a separate outpatient site gives a health care system an opportunity to enhance their brand within the marketplace, as well as increase overall market share, creating a positive effect on the system’s bottom line.” – Health Facilities Management, published by the American Hospital Association
“Roughly one million Americans reside in senior care facilities. This number is expected to almost double by 2030.” – Small Business Development Center
Whether developing facilities, adding amenities, or refitting space for optimal design, retirement and healthcare organizations must juggle patient needs, staffing, regulatory agencies, and best practices for land use. Healthcare organizations strive to provide patients with a peaceful setting amidst the constant change of regulations, reimbursement, and facility needs they face.
Healthcare organizations are no longer building at a central location, but rather, looking to find the best outpatient locations for a regional strategy. These facilities keep a close eye on the costs of providing care while maintaining a quality reputation. Continuing Care Retirement Communities, now in the throes of improvements as the baby boomer generation begins to downsize, are looking to increase amenities while meeting tightened regulations.
Retirement and healthcare organizations look to RETTEW for the right planning steps. We provide guidance through zoning approvals, permitting investigations and submissions, and the optimal land use design that maximizes dollars. Our clients know we’ll always be quick to meet a need. As healthcare facilities search for prime locations, RETTEW provides investigations to find the best investment, as well as completes all design, permitting, and environmental investigations quickly. With our design expertise, healthcare clients know they are developing the right location with the most efficiency, increasing the quality of care for their patients.