OneEQ Consulting, Inc. Registered to Operate in Canada
Medical Equipment Planning Powerhouse Sees a Bright Future in Canadian Healthcare Market

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From the ever-expanding demands of technology to the central importance of the patient, OneEQ brings the experience, the expertise and the vision to drive tangible improvements in clinical outcomes, performance, operational efficiency and patient satisfaction. From equipment planning and procurement to construction administration and deployment logistics, design and construction, OneEQ provides a single point of contact and a full-service team of more than 50 consultants, clinicians and practitioners who drive efficiency for every aspect of a healthcare organization. Visit

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DALLAS, TX – 25 June 2019 – OneEQ, the Dallas-based full-service technology, planning and operational consultancy, announces it now operates in Canada as OneEQ Consulting, Inc. The practice, which has been doing business as CallisonRTKL Canada Inc., has successfully registered to provide its services as a British Columbia corporation in the provinces of Alberta, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia and Ontario.

“For nearly three decades, we’ve been one of North America’s leading experts in equipment and technology planning,” says Debbie Cameron, OneEQ senior vice president. “Our services have expanded to include procurement, installation support, logistics, tendering & construction-phase support, transition planning and multi-year capital planning. We wanted to show our continued commitment to this market by bringing our Canadian brand in line with our U.S. brand. So, now we are known as OneEQ in the US and OneEQ Consulting, Inc. in Canada. Simple.”

“While the Canadian healthcare system does not have the same economic and funding drivers as the U.S. model, we find the same core need for our services in Canada, where technology and friction-free operations are just as critical.”

“Our team works directly with hospitals and healthcare organizations to support their in-house planning groups, architects, engineers and contractors, providing seamless implementation of medical equipment and furniture planning services.”

Roll-out of the new name and branding began this June and is expected to be complete this summer.