HDR Adds to Healthcare Consulting & Planning Team
HDR adds Branden Collingsworth, Val Williams, and Kathleen Woods to its consulting service.
As we work to help our clients make better and more fully informed decisions for the future, we have added Branden Collingsworth as the Director of Predictive Analytics. In his new role, Branden will provide strategic leadership for predictive modeling efforts and the statistical methodologies used in outcome studies. He will be based in the Omaha, Neb. office.
Healthcare planning veteran Val Williams joins HDR in the Denver office. Val will work with healthcare clients to design spaces that support and enhance health delivery now and in the future, while also assisting them to consider new ways of working to improve operational efficiencies and patient outcomes.
Kathleen adds to the Boston office as a senior healthcare consultant, where she will help our healthcare clients develop more efficient strategies to better serve patients, their families, and healthcare providers. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience and over 15 years in leadership roles, and excels at engaging and leading people through change.
HDR Consulting is a valuable resource to clients, delivering meaningful, cost-effective solutions.
We are a design- and research-driven architectural practice with a long history as a global leader in designing the world’s most technologically advanced facilities in the rapidly converging fields of education, research and patient care. We blend our knowledge of how environments can shape behaviors, outcomes and success with our deep understanding of ground-breaking science. The results are distinctive design solutions for clients that respect the human impact of their critical work.
At HDR, we’ve partnered with our clients to shape communities and push boundaries of what’s possible since 1917. With 9,200 employees in more than 225 locations around the world, we think global and act local. We’ve completed projects in 60 countries, always following through and holding ourselves accountable.