Tripp Umbach worked closely with leadership from the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center and the South Georgia Medical Education & Research Consortium to conduct market analysis and coordinate/facilitate a regional planning symposium.
Tripp Umbach has helped develop and implement more than 50 medical and health science education programs throughout the United States
FEASIBILITY CONSULTING SPECIALTIES
MEDICAL SCHOOLS AND HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAMS
Tripp Umbach has conducted in-depth feasibility analyses for a wide variety of institutions and clients throughout the United States and internationally. Clients have included: more than 30 new or expanding medical schools (both allopathic and osteopathic), numerous statewide partnerships, statewide and regional business plans for expanding graduate medical education (GME), and feasibility studies for establishing physician assistant, physical therapy, pharmacy, optometry, and dental programs. For a closer look, read about our study with The South Georgia Simulation and Education Center Analysis or the Duquesne University Osteopathic School of Medicine.
HEALTH SYSTEMS AND COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
FEASIBILITY CASE STUDIES
Tripp Umbach was retained by Duquesne University to analyze and independently assess the feasibility of the development of a four-year osteopathic medical school in Pittsburgh, PA.
Arkansas State University (A-State) contracted with Tripp Umbach to analyze the feasibility of developing a new college of osteopathic medicine in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Tripp Umbach’s feasibility study evaluated developing a master’s level Physician Assistant (PA) program, specifically to be sufficient in research, data analysis and insight to allow the University of Evansville to make an informed decision to proceed with development of a Physician’s Assistant program.
Tripp Umbach developed a comprehensive communications plan and public engagement economic development strategy designed to achieve the “highest and best” use for city-owned real estate in the downtown area of Richmond.
Tripp Umbach has worked closely with the Phoenix Biomedical campus to quantify the potential range of economic impact of the Phoenix Biomedical Campus on the State of Arizona, Maricopa County, and the City of Phoenix.
Tripp Umbach was retained to complete the comprehensive feasibility study for the expansion of the current two-year medical education program in Evansville to a full-scale four-year medical school and the formation of the Tri-State Regional Health Education Center.
The Florida State University College of Medicine and Florida Medical Practice Plan invited Tripp Umbach to conduct a detailed feasibility study focusing on the development of a faculty practice facility in Tallahassee, Florida.
Tripp Umbach was retained to conduct a feasibility assessment to determine an appropriate model for medical school development and to identify the costs, opportunities, and benefits of establishing a four-year medical education program in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois.