Genesis Planning joins Ross & Baruzzini in 2019
Since 1990, Genesis has provided medical technology planning expertise to an array of national and international clients, ranging from physician groups to private, federal, and multi-organizational healthcare systems and academic medical centers. The combined client list of Mitchell and Genesis includes The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Cleveland Clinic, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston Methodist Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Jackson Health System, and the Medical University of South Carolina.
“The acquisition of Genesis, combined with our current medical equipment planning division Mitchell Planning, which we acquired in 2016, and EDI, a leading low-voltage and communications company brought on in 2018, creates one of the largest medical equipment and technology planning firms in the healthcare industry,” stated Ross & Baruzzini Chairman Craig Toder. “With the addition of Genesis, clients will have access to end-to-end planning services that support strategic capital initiatives and construction-related projects. Our capabilities will be integrated and scalable, enabling us to address the planning, procurement, logistics, and activation of the full spectrum of facility projects, from the small and relatively simple to the most complex.”
Added Bob Nimon, managing principal of Genesis, “We are enthusiastic about becoming part of a multifaceted organization uniquely positioned in the market and with the ability to provide a higher value and greater breadth of service to clients. Our employees will benefit from exposure to an even more diverse set of career opportunities.”