Capital Link provides the following programs and services to guide health centers in the process of planning for growth. Each health center we work with has unique needs; we endeavor to meet those needs on an individual basis.
A Strategic Growth Readiness Assessment provides a base level financial and operational view of a health center, helping management and board members determine if they are prepared for a capital project and identify next steps for future growth.
Debt capacity is the amount of debt a health center can afford to take on, given its historical or projected financial position. Our Debt Capacity Calculator will give you a preliminary estimate of debt capacity and better understand your capital project funding needs.
An important early step in any strategic planning effort, a market assessment helps a health center evaluate service areas to determine current and future needs and trends.
The Capital Needs Assessment demonstrates the need for federal, state, and local capital investment in health centers. It illustrates the aggregate projected capital needs and summarizes participating health centers’ capital requirements by project type, project priorities, and technical assistance needs. Capital Link also conducts a biennial study to determine the current capital plans of health centers across the United States and whether those plans, if funded and implemented, would be sufficient to provide the facilities necessary to accommodate patient growth.
For more information about the services detailed above, contact us.