Halsa is a WBENC-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) founded in 2009 by partners Kristin Anderson and Scott Walters. Over the years, Halsa has cultivated a unique niche in the field of healthcare facilities planning: marrying the strategy and operational vision of the organization to the building that supports it, within the financial framework of the organization.
Unlike an architectural or design firm, Halsa brings strategic and operational planning expertise to facilities option development. We don’t draw anything - you wouldn’t want us to - and we’ll tell you when a building isn’t the right solution to your problems. We’ve worked across the country and around the globe, and have saved our clients millions of dollars on buildings they didn’t need, investments that weren’t strategically justified, and centers that were doomed to failure.
We’ve helped our clients plan literally millions of square feet of new space across the country, evaluating market opportunities, introducing new services, improving operations and efficiency, and improving patient satisfaction and safety. We have diverse experience, including strategic and master facility planning for large academic medical centers, regional health systems, faith-based hospitals, critical access hospitals, and seasonal markets and resort communities.