Company Profile

Our team brings real operational experience and accountability.


G Curt Meyer, FACHE

The team is managed by G Curt Meyer, FACHE. Curt has worked with over thirty two hospital and healthcare organizations in the development and operations of these services and is known nationally for his work. He has actively worked as CEO and Vice President at dedicated rehabilitation hospitals and acute-care hospitals.


Services are directly managed by the principal of the company, so input from the senior level is assured.


The number of concurrent contracts are limited in order to best serve the needs of our partners and facilitate timely and accurate information exchange. Our services are comprehensive for all aspects of development, delivery and ongoing evaluation of each project.

Health Integration Partners work with clients in design and business planning for outpatient services specific to the post-acute care continuum.

Our team (physicians, therapists, nurses, and exercise physiologist) brings real operational experience and accountability, helping to achieve operational improvement in both financial results and quality outcomes.


We work in partnership with the organization to provide business planning and space design that will meet patient, financial and physician expectations. Individuals in our team work in the field of ambulatory care and specialize in financial analysis, operational expertise, space planning and physician leadership.


Curt and his team provide a balance of clinical and administrative input to health systems and medical groups, helping with the design and operations of clinically integrated delivery models.

  • Demand analysis for services matched with appropriate sizing of facility (if facility issues are of concern)
  • Operational review and management of key performance indicators for all aspects of post-acute care specific to rehabilitation including population health management
  • Connecting rehabilitation from the patient perspective for service lines such as:
  1. Neurologic impairments (stroke, brain injury)
  2. Orthopedic rehabilitation (spine care, joint replacement, sports medicine)
  3. Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation
  4. Cancer survivorship and rehabilitation
  5. Integration of physician led clinics, rehabilitation services and wellness throughout the patient care continuum