Case Study
University of Texas Health East Texas

The UT Health East Texas system brings world-class care to East Texas through a vast network of hospitals and clinics, specialized healthcare centers, and extensive healthcare delivery programs. UT Health East Texas serves a region of over 25,000 square miles with a population of more than 1.5 million people. Jensen Partners was engaged to develop a strategic facilities master plan to position the organization for planned growth and development.

  • Comprehensive situation assessment of facilities infrastructure, functionality, capacity, and competitive positioning.
  • Market based needs assessment to align facilities development with projected distribution of care and services.
  • A series of alternatives for community and campus development to support service line growth were developed, compared, refined, and prioritized.
  • A five-year actionable plan and 15-year directional master plan was provided with specific projects defined and phased with cost analysis aligned with capital planning.
  • Jensen Partners continued to be engaged to implement the early stages of the actionable plan and continuing assessment of the directional plan.
UT Health East Texas North Campus Tyler

“We’ve engaged Jensen Partners for campus planning at our complex tertiary-care, Level-I trauma campus with more than a half-dozen large, interconnected buildings providing inpatient, ambulatory, and office settings and for various outpatient satellite locations. Jensen Partners team did a tremendous job of using futurist planning techniques to educate and collaborate with our teams to achieve the most efficient campus layout that would support our strategic plan for the long-term.”

Donald Baker

CEO, UT Health East Texas

Services Provided

Strategic Healthcare planning

Campus and Facilities Master Planning

Service Line Development and Growth

Market Analysis, Projections, and Network Distribution

Project Phasing and Cost Analysis

University of Texas Health East Texas

  • East Texas