Finalists

Finalists: Best Inpatient Facility - Sanford Medical Center Fargo, Fargo, N.D.

Finalists: Best Inpatient Facility – Sanford Medical Center Fargo, Fargo, N.D.

 Developer: Sanford Health After eight years of planning and development, the $494 million, 11 story, 1 million square foot Sanford Medical Center Fargo has opened to the public.

Finalists: Best Post-Acute/Senior Living -St. Stephen’s Senior Housing, Canta Cruz, Calif

Finalists: Best Post-Acute/Senior Living -St. Stephen’s Senior Housing, Canta Cruz, Calif

Developer: MidPen Housing Corp. The grand opening for St. Stephens Senior Housing was held Oct. 20, 2017. The project represents the realization of the congregation’s long-held vision to transform a portion of the church property into a vibrant residential community for low-income seniors in the area.

Finalists: Best New Mob - RWJBarnabas Health at Bayonne, Bayonne, N.J.

Finalists: Best New Mob – RWJBarnabas Health at Bayonne, Bayonne, N.J.

Developer: Rendina Healthcare Real Estate Completed this summer, RWJ Barnabas Health at Bayonne is being lauded by residents and community officials as a success in providing the community with greater access to high quality healthcare.

Finalists: Best New Mob - Women’s Care Florida Women’s Health Center, Tampa, Fla

Finalists: Best New Mob – Women’s Care Florida Women’s Health Center, Tampa, Fla

  Developer: NexCore Group LLC The new facility will allow WCF to enhance patient satisfaction with a conveniently located, patient-centered, one-stop care center. WCF will be able to see about 30 percent more patients in its new space because of the efficient programming and design achieved by the NexCore team.

Finalists: Renovated/Repurposed - Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus, Grand Rapids, Mich.

Finalists: Renovated/Repurposed – Spectrum Health Integrated Care Campus, Grand Rapids, Mich.

 Developer: Spectrum Health The new downtown Grand Rapids integrated care campus opened in June. It houses two internal medicine and pediatrics primary care practices formerly located elsewhere in the city, and other services including occupational health and rehab. There is a new main lobby/ reception area and waiting room, as well as a radiology/X ray […]

Finalists: HRE Executive of the year

Finalists: HRE Executive of the year

John S. Trabold III Managing Director, Director of Health Services, VMG Health A respected expert in the healthcare real estate (HRE) sector for more than 30 years, especially in Stark and Anti- Kickback, valuation and Fair Market Value,

Finalists: Best New Mob - UPMC Outpatient Center, Allison Park, Pa.

Finalists: Best New Mob – UPMC Outpatient Center, Allison Park, Pa.

Developer: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Described by UPMC officials as “a hospital without beds,” the UPMC Outpatient Center in Hampton Township opened in August 2017.

Finalists: HRE Executive of the year

Finalists: HRE Executive of the year

James A. Schmid III Chief Investment Officer, Anchor Health Properties Since joining Anchor Health Properties mid-2016, James Schmid has taken charge of the firm’s sourcing, investment analysis, investments and acquisitions.

Finalists: Best New Mob - Ochsner Medical Complex - River Parishes, La Place, La.

Finalists: Best New Mob – Ochsner Medical Complex – River Parishes, La Place, La.

  Developer: Stirling Properties When Ochsner Health System took over the aging 106-bed River Parishes Hospital in 2014, it had a 90 percent vacancy rate.

Finalists: Best New Mob - Good Samaritan Medical Pavilion, Los Angeles

Finalists: Best New Mob – Good Samaritan Medical Pavilion, Los Angeles

Developer: Good Samaritan Hospital Due to the project’s scale, the city directed plan review to OSHPD’s Sacramento office, which lengthened the project schedule. To offset time for additional scrutiny, the team coordinated with multiple city agencies for off-hours inspections. A new surgery center nearly doubles Good Sam’s outpatient surgical capacity and includes operating rooms large […]

Finalists: Best Inpatient Facility - Kaiser Kearny Mesa, San Diego

Finalists: Best Inpatient Facility – Kaiser Kearny Mesa, San Diego

Developer: Kaiser Permanente Kaiser Permanent recently opened the $850 million, 321-bed Kaiser Kearny Mesa Hospital – the first new hospital in San Diego County in 40 years.

Finalists: Renovated/Repurposed - NHRMC Zimmer Cancer Center, Wilmington, N.C.

Finalists: Renovated/Repurposed – NHRMC Zimmer Cancer Center, Wilmington, N.C.

Developer: New Hanover Regional Medical Center The renovated space opened in February 2017 and the expansion was finished in September 2017. The $14.5 million Zimmer Cancer Center project successfully consolidates a hospital based oncology program with a local physician-based practice to streamline healthcare delivery for both patients and providers. Cape Fear Cancer Specialists moved its […]

Finalists: Best New Mob - Tennessee Cancer Specialists MOB, Knoxville, Tenn.

Finalists: Best New Mob – Tennessee Cancer Specialists MOB, Knoxville, Tenn.

Developer: Realty Trust Group TCS needed an alternative to its cramped practice in a multi-tenant, hospital-owned MOB. It desired more visibility, expansion potential, better parking and wayfinding, and physician ownership.

Finalists: Best New Mob - Calhoun Health Care Center, Brookfield, Wis.

Finalists: Best New Mob – Calhoun Health Care Center, Brookfield, Wis.

  Developer: Irgens When the former Venice Club was foreclosed on in May 2014, Irgens knew the highly visible retail location offered an excellent opportunity for an MOB.

Finalists: Best Post-Acute/Senior Living - Heartis Clear Lake, Webster, Texas

Finalists: Best Post-Acute/Senior Living – Heartis Clear Lake, Webster, Texas

Developer: Caddis Because of Caddis’ proactive actions to protect residents during Hurricane Harvey and its early design efforts to ensure the building was safe, the company has been inundated with inquiries from local residents interested in moving into Heartis Clear Lake.