This Week in Healthcare Real Estate – 11.10.17

by CoyDavidson on November 10, 2017

Healthcare Real Estate News

Healthcare Real Estate News

My weekly round-up of the top healthcare real estate news from around the United States:

Design isn’t enough to foster collaboration in healthcare and research spaces
Collaboration” has become an abiding design goal for many nonresidential building types, such as offices and educational institutions. But the medical field, with its hierarchical divisions and silo mentality among professionals, continues to resist a more collaborative… Building Design + Construction

First-Ever Free-Standing ER At An Airport To Land At DFW
Code 3 Emergency Physicians is building the country’s first free-standing emergency room in an airport at DFW International Airport. The first-of-its-kind facility aims to lower costs for employers affiliated with the airport, treat travelers and offer quicker emergency healthcare access… Biznow

Inception’s Adam Matar: CRE Delivering on Promise of Wellness
Adam Matar is a co-founder of Inception Property Group, a real estate development company specializing in healthcare campuses and communities, with offices in Los Angeles and in Portland, OR. Prior to Inception, he ran the real estate department for Kaiser Permanente’s Hawaii Region, and supported the organization’s Northwest Region’s real estate strategies… Connect Healthcare

Healthcare REIT’s Report Q3 Results

Several of the major publicly traded Healthcare REIT’S reported results for the third quarter including Physicians Realty Trust and Welltower:

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