Technology consulting and engineering firm Ross & Baruzzini has acquired Genesis Planning, a medical equipment planning and consulting concern.
Since 1990, Genesis has provided planning expertise to an array of national and international clients, ranging from physician groups to private, federal and multi-organizational healthcare systems and academic medical centers. The combined client list of Genesis and Mitchell Planning, Ross & Baruzzini’s medical equipment planning division, includes The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Cleveland Clinic, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Memorial Hermann Health System, Houston Methodist Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Jackson Health System and the Medical University of South Carolina.
Genesis will become a division of Ross & Baruzzini. Bob Nimon, managing principal of Genesis, William H. Overturf III, Ross & Baruzzini president and Scott Vinson, Mitchell Planning managing principal, will collaborate to integrate Genesis with Mitchell and into the Ross & Baruzzini organization. Genesis and its 37 employees will continue to operate out of its Houston, Texas office, as well as other U.S. and international locations.