TSA’s Health Advisory team combines extensive, hands-on health sector experience with strategic, commercial and capital project planning expertise. We are unique in offering a broad range of strategic, planning and delivery services informed by a deep, lived understanding of the unique needs of the health sector. We understand the balance that needs to be struck between constrained budgets and delivering quality care.
Our services fall into three broad categories: business advisory, strategic investment planning and capital project planning. Importantly, these services are delivered by people with a hands-on understanding of how the assets we advise on will operate in the real world.
Our services include:
Strategic investment planning
|Capital project planning
Our advisory services can be seamlessly integrated with the extensive health project delivery capability of our TSA Projects team. This means we are able to support all aspects of a health project, from inception right throughout the delivery and operational phases.
Robyn Brigden, Principal, Health Advisory Lead
Robyn has more than 20 years’ experience in high level operational and strategic positions within the health sector, including NSW Health. Since 2014 she has consulted on complex health projects across NSW, Qld and the ACT. This included hospital redevelopments for Goulburn, Bowral, Dubbo, Wagga Wagga, Mudgee and Tweed Valley Hospitals. Robyn also advised on COVID-19 planning for Health Infrastructure (NSW), Accelerated Infrastructure Delivery for Queensland Health and the John Hunter Health and Innovation Project.
Robyn has a deep understanding of health service delivery, asset performance and functionality, and how these enable models of care and efficient sustainable health service delivery.
Andrew Greig, Principal
Andrew has more than 16 years’ experience in planning, delivery and business case development in the health sector. He has led the planning phase of multiple large and complex hospital projects including the Bundaberg, Toowoomba and Coomera Hospital projects. Andrew has provided project planning and delivery services to Queensland Health, NSW Health Infrastructure and Victorian Health Building Authority.
His expertise includes commercial and property related advice relating to the creation of integrated education, training and research precincts across Australia. His recent work includes supporting the creation of significant integrated precincts at Randwick and Westmead Hospitals in NSW, and the delivery of a Commercial Partnerships Framework for NSW Health Infrastructure.
Naomi Byrnes, Senior Health Planner
Naomi has 25 years’ experience in the health sector. She is a skilled health planner who understands the importance of the upfront planning process in the success of a major health facility development to support new models of care and service. She brings clinical experience across a diverse range of acute and sub-acute clinical settings in both the public and private healthcare settings. Naomi’s recent roles include Health Planning Lead for Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Redevelopment through schematic design and clinical design development, Health Planning Lead for Ryde Hospital Redevelopment, Senior Health Planner for John Hunter Health and Innovation Precinct, and Senior Health Planner for Tweed Valley Hospital Redevelopment.
Alyssa Muche, Project Director
Alyssa has over 20 years’ experience in the health sector. She has led the strategic planning and delivery of a diverse range of public and private health projects across Victoria, ACT, NSW and Queensland. Her expertise includes business case development, feasibility studies, value management, design management, risk management, design options studies and contract administration.
Alyssa’s recent experience includes business cases for the Accelerated Infrastructure Development Program (QLD), Cooktown Multipurpose Health Service Redevelopment and the Queensland Satellite Hospital Program. She has provided strategic and planning advice to Logan Urgent Care Centre, Tweed Valley Hospital, Goulburn Hospital and Dubbo Hospital.