The healthcare sector is among the nation’s largest and most regulated industries. Amidst sweeping change and shrinking margins, healthcare organizations are revisiting real estate as a core aspect of their overall business strategy.

The Cushman & Wakefield Healthcare Advisory Practice provides healthcare organizations with strategic and transformational real estate services that directly affect positive business outcomes. 

Specifically, the Group will help you reinforce your organization’s mission and brand; improve margins and free-up much needed capital; elevate patient and provider experiences; increase operational productivity and efficiency; optimize investment value; increase business flexibility; and facilitate regulatory and environmental compliance.

Real Estate Services

  • Facility and portfolio optimization
  • Strategic planning
  • Site selection due diligence
  • Transaction management
  • Investment sales and financing
  • Real estate debt and equity placement
  • Property/facilities management
  • Project management
  • Valuations
  • Healthcare market intelligence
  • M&A due diligence and integration
  • Labor market analysis
  • Economic incentive negotiation
  • Lease administration and auditing

Properties in Focus

  • Acute care hospitals
  • Teaching hospitals
  • Community hospitals
  • LTAC hospitals
  • Medical centers
  • Medical office buildings
  • Ambulatory surgical centers
  • Medical labs
  • Diagnostic facilities
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Rural health clinics

Experience & Resources

The Cushman & Wakefield Healthcare Group is comprised of more than 300 healthcare real estate specialists drawn from a variety of real estate disciplines, including consulting, brokerage, project management, property/facilities management, and valuation.


Lorie Damon

Lorie Damon

Managing Director, Health Care Advisory Group Leader

St. Louis, MO

Phone +1 314 813-9526

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Research & Insight

Vital Signs: 2018 Healthcare Investor and Developer Survey

Cushman & Wakefield's latest report in the Vital Signs series points to voracious demand driving record-low cap rates in the healthcare sector.

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