Over the years, GS&P has successfully improved the healing environments for hundreds of nationally and internationally recognized healthcare systems and hospitals, and in the past 10 years alone, GS&P has planned and designed more than 30 million square feet of healthcare facility space. Our portfolio includes projects in 38 of the 48 contiguous states as well as South America, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Caribbean and Africa.
With their keen understanding of healthcare, GS&P continually responds to increasing industry demands by growing their expertise and service specialties. Their staff has dedicated their careers to healthcare design and to improving the lives of patients, their families and the medical staff who care for them.
GS&P’s project work spans multiple industries and a wide range of services. The unique mix of expertise and experience gives our staff a comprehensive understanding of the built environment, and provides value for any project size, scope and budget.
-Academic Medical Centers
-Ambulatory Care and Outpatient Centers
-Children’s Hospitals and Clinics
-Hospital Expansions and Renovations
-Medical Office Buildings
-Obstetrics and Neonatal Intensive Care Units
-Replacement and Greenfield Hospitals
-Rural Hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals
The 5th World Medical Tourism Congress, which will be held at the beautiful Westin Diplomat Resort and Spa, will be fully integrated for the first time with the Employer Healthcare Congress, one of the largest insurance conferences in the United States. The event will also integrate the 3rd Global Benefits Conference, gathering employers, international insurance companies, foreign governments and anyone involved in purchasing and providing expatriate health insurance coverage.
“This year’s congresses have the most extensive agenda of any other international healthcare and insurance conference known. We have brought in some amazing keynote speakers including the President of the AMA, Directors of Global Benefits for Google, Yahoo and American Express, among other expert speakers” said Renée-Marie Stephano, president of the Medical Tourism Association.
This integrated networking platform will allow all participants to connect prior to the event and pre-schedule one-on-one meetings in order to maximize the experience at the congress.
Successfully entering its fifth year, this gala gathering of world leaders attracts participation from over 90 countries from various sectors including government representatives, global healthcare leaders, insurance industry giants, medical tourism industry stakeholders and healthcare management professionals.