Spotlight On: Healthcare

Quality Care on Day 1


According to the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), two-thirds of professional facility managers tasked with relocation projects are fired or demoted before the project is complete. Why? Because getting Initial Outfitting and Transition Management right is hard—and it’s fraught with risks. This is particularly true in healthcare, where the impact of improper planning or execution can have significant impact on the quality of care.


The goal of any hospital transition project is to ensure the delivery of quality patient care on the first day of occupancy. Cazador was the first solution provider to offer turnkey, performance-based IO-T services to government and commercial healthcare organizations.


Unparalleled Knowledge, Unmatched experience


Our team of 60 health facility experts understands every detail behind a successful transition. We know resource protection, communication systems, and are familiar with the measures necessary to maintain compliance with HIPPA guidelines.   We have hands-on experience installing Medical Equipment and Clinical Casegoods. Cazador is intimately familiar with the needs, processes and functions of each medical department, making us uniquely qualified to drive hospital interior design and ensure that the furniture, furnishings, signage and wayfinding is optimal. We’ve even developed our own Joint Schedule Number-based inventory management system to track all the medical equipment within a health facility and utilize RFIDs.


Cazador’s turnkey IO-T solution includes:

  • Project Management
  • Transition & Relocation Planning
  • Interior Design
  • Medical Equipment Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Budgeting & Finance
  • Procurement
  • Delivery, Storage & Installation
  • Disposal & Disposition
  • Testing, Certification & Clean-up
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Modernizing USAF healthcare — measuring quality, managing health information, focusing research, testing new technologies.


Health Facilities Planning Agency (HFPA) Western Region Program Office and Evans Army Hospital require contract support in the transition phase of  the Soldier Family Care Clinic (SFCC) and the Evans Army Hospital Addition/Alteration projects.