EHP is oriented towards both on-campus medical office properties and satellite outpatient treatment centers situated within the patient community. EHP believes that it can assist healthcare providers by bringing liquidity and professional management to their real estate portfolio. It can relieve hospital and health systems of the burden of on-going capital requirements to maintain their real estate, reduce the tensions that often accompany the physician/tenant/hospital relationship, and allow providers to enhance their balance sheets in order to direct resources to patient care rather than facilities. By maintaining and enhancing first-class medical office properties, EHP delivers significant benefits to all parties.
EHP focuses on acquiring core, core+plus and value-add medical properties, typically ranging from $10 million - $25 million per property, that lie below the radar of most REITs and many institutional investors. Its strategy is to carefully assemble a portfolio of high-potential assets, adding value by the superior operation of such facilities through its integrated platform.
Both portfolio and single-asset acquisitions of on- and off-campus medical office, outpatient facilities, ambulatory surgery, free-standing EDs, imaging and wellness centers
Generally properties built or substantially renovated after 1999, however, older properties will be considered
$10 million and above
The ideal investment asset will be anchored by a healthcare provider which has demonstrated sustained financial viability that has allowed them to invest in both leading primary-care and specialist medical staff and updated technology and programming. The optimal candidate will be situated in a geographic area with a strong payer mix, positive demographic growth and outpatient demand
Both single-tenant and multi-tenant properties typically with less than a dozen tenants and preferably anchored or master leased by a hospital system or specialty group
Nationwide, including secondary and tertiary markets