Thompson & Grace
Nigeria Ltd, & TGDC USA Inc.
Thompson & Grace Medical City’s multi-use development will comprise of commercial and residential real estate, high-end retail operations, high-end hospitality projects, 505Mw power generation, water purification and packaging, state-of-the art clinical diagnostic laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and a cutting-edge information technology infrastructure. The Medical City is anchored by an 800-bed world-class adult specialty hospital, a 400- bed premier mother and child specialty hospital.
The Sabre Group, Southlake TX, USA
Led project team to design, develop and implement material handling projects. Coordinated user acceptance testing with customers and documented system user and operation manuals.
TGMC is drawing on several key collaborators to ensure the success and continued sustainability of medical services in Nigeria and within the city. To date, TGMC group has called upon several experts to create development plans.
•Texas A&M School of Architecture - landscape and hospital designs
•HKS - leading healthcare architectural firm
•Local Communities to secure 113 Hectares of land
•Local architects within Nigeria for country-specific sourcing
•Carlson Ventures Enterprise, University of Minnesota - Carlson School of Management
•Federal and local Environmental regulators to review and approve EISA studies
•Siemens to be the power plant EPC
•National University Commission (NUC) for Medical University approval and accreditation
Improvement in the quality of life of the people after the implementation
Aable HealthCare Services, Plano, TX, USA
Although the booming elderly population presents a robust business opportunity for Home HealthCare Agencies, Aable had older and outdated systems that needed to be replaced with faster, less-intrusive and more powerful equipment to allow interface with home monitoring systems in hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical networks and payer-sources
Growth – Transformed aging systems to enable growth and faster time to market
Lower Cost• – Changed maintenance services to match business priorities and repurposed maintenance spend toward innovation
Mitigate Risks • – Upgraded IT support models and processes to reduce business risk, improved compliance and improved decision-making
Increased access to patients and services, information availability to caregivers and payer sources. Improved corporate value and employee preference.