Healthcare Facilities Management Course Course Overview Planning for and delivering capital projects in today’s highly complex and strictly regulated healthcare market requires facilities managers to acquire various, specialized skill sets. • Learn the planning and project management processes required to be successful in this niche area of the facilities management profession. • Follow projects through the various planning and implementation phases, including strategic development and space planning. • Perform a comprehensive review of project design, construction, occupancy, and close out functions that comply with regulatory standards. • Explore the nuances and impact of myriad regulations imposed by the various agencies that maintain jurisdiction over healthcare projects. This course is an elective in the Facilities Management Professional Certificate program. For more information Jeanmarie Bond (858) 882-8020 firstname.lastname@example.org extension.ucsd.edu/facilities Who Should Enroll? "Healthcare jobs are expected to grow faster than any other industry," according to researchers at monster.com. Job growth in the healthcare industry is expected to increase at a rate of 22%, burgeoning to an anticipated 3.2 million new jobs by 2018. Given this astounding rate of growth, professionals with knowledge and experience pertaining to healthcare facilities will be in great demand in the coming years. Professionals involved with the design, space planning, regulatory compliance or facilities management of a hospital, medical center, clinic, medical laboratory, long-term care facility, outpatient services center, or physical therapy center will benefit from the detailed information provided in this nine-week course. Facilities Managers seeking to expand their knowledge or diversify their skills will find this course valuable. Likewise, building owners or managers, hospital administrators and commercial real estate professionals will gain substantial insights by enrolling in this course.