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Completed Projects


Naval Hospital Pensacola

Concept of Operations & Facility Utilization Study: Naval Hospital Pensacola is an eight-story 356,923 square foot structure built in 1975 providing inpatient and outpatient services to nearly 68,500 beneficiaries. This study affords a comprehensive examination of current facility resources in support of future capital planning projects and initiatives. The Task Order was awarded under a current IDIQ Contract with an estimated completion date of June 2008.

 

Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune

Healthcare Requirements Analysis & Facility Utilization Study: Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune is a five-story 442,000 square foot facility structure built in 1982 providing inpatient and outpatient services to over 78,500 beneficiaries This study was commissioned to determine the optimal healthcare delivery for area beneficiaries and assess if space requirements are adequate to meet the healthcare demand. The Task Order was awarded under a current IDIQ Contract with an estimated completion date of October 2008


Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

Concept of Operations & Facility Utilization Study: The Naval Medical Center Portsmouth campus is comprised of several buildings totaling more than 1.7 million SF of capital assets and home to the Charette Health Care center, the most modern medical facility in the Navy inventory serving over half-million beneficiaries. This study affords a comprehensive examination of current facility resources in support of future capital planning projects and initiatives. The Task Order was awarded under a current IDIQ Contract with an estimated completion date of October 2008.

 

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Turn-Key Project Support & Outfitting for the Graduate School of Nursing: The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) is a unique academic health center that includes a School of Medicine and Graduate School of Nursing. The F. Edward H├ębert School of Medicine has a year-round, four-year curriculum that is nearly 700 hours longer than found at other U.S. medical schools. These extra hours focus on subjects that relate to the unique requirements of career-oriented military and public health physicians. Doctoral and masters degrees in the biomedical sciences and public health are awarded by interdisciplinary and department-based graduate programs within the School of Medicine. The Graduate School of Nursing (GSN) offers a Master of Science in Nursing degree in Nurse Anesthesia, Family Nurse Practitioner, Periperative Nursing, and a Ph.D. degree in Nursing Science. The contract was competed with other Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business and has a completion date of May 2008.

 

James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center

Procurement Services of Equipment, Furniture and Furnishings: The mission of the James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center is to honor America's veterans by providing exceptional health care that improves their health and well-being. This modern facility offers a comprehensive range of health care services to eligible veterans. The medical center has 68 beds comprised of 28 acute care beds and 40 long term care beds. The medical center's primary service area covers nine counties in Central Pennsylvania including: Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Huntingdon, Jefferson, and Mifflin. The VAMC also operates three community based outpatient clinics located in Johnstown, DuBois, and State College, Pennsylvania.