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Enhance facility performance and operations

Leverage creative and leading best practices to heighten the performance, compliance, and quality of acute and non-acute facilities.

Expand patient access and retention

Reach target patients and grow market share by positioning the right mix of services in the best-suited locations. Leverage data analytics to align real estate with strategy.

Streamline capital planning and project delivery

Pursue ground-up developments or renovations that deliver a return on investment and a positive experience. Prioritize and plan your capital effectively.

Maximize asset value

Boost the value of real estate investment decisions and leasing operations with advanced market analytics, local market execution, and a national capital markets platform. 

Optimize your real estate footprint

Reduce costs, mitigate risk and achieve your mission through proactive transaction management, lease administration and space planning.

Assess operational performance

Gain clarity into your current real estate and facilities performance and uncover hidden opportunities. Benchmark your true current state in relation to the industry and adopt a roadmap for growth.

Plan for transitions

For renovations and new developments, assess medical equipment needs, manage procurement, and establish a transition plan. As you relocate, get support with logistics, planning, move phasing, and post-occupancy needs to provide a seamless experience for staff and patients.

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GlobeSt Real Estate Forum names the JLL Healthcare team as 2021 Healthcare Influencers.

Matt Coursen, Executive Managing Director, JLL Healthcare spoke with the New York Times about how landlords are increasingly tapping into vacant retail spaces to increase patient access.

JLL's Bryan Lewitt and Maddie Holmes discuss how demand for medical office space remains high and the tenant base is stable, leading to healthy interest from real estate investors.

New data from JLL Healthcare finds that 31 percent of telehealth visits result in in-person visits.




Roger Humphrey
Divisional President, Life Sciences
Jay Johnson
Managing Director, JLL Healthcare


Mindy Berman
Senior Managing Director, Capital Markets, Healthcare Group Leader
Ted Flagg
Senior Managing Director, Capital Markets, M&A and Corporate Advisory, Healthcare Group Leader

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JLL Healthcare team wins GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum’s “Healthcare Influencer” award

JLL is proud to be named a 2021 Healthcare Influencer by GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum. Individuals and companies were selected based on a range of criteria, most fundamentally the impact they have made in their industry over the last 12 months. With more than 2,300 U.S. team members specializing and focusing on the healthcare sector, JLL is able to achieve the following on an annual basis: 

  • Service 566 million square feet of hospitals, medical offices and clinics annually, working in tandem to deliver services to clients, including advising and implementing real estate solutions for healthcare clients and providing advisory consulting, capital markets, brokerage, construction project management, property management, valuation advisory and facilities management. 
  • Develop healthcare industry curriculum, including internal training on Stark Law, Antikickback Statute and HIPAA compliance, which all healthcare team members complete annually. 
  • Prioritize the development of technologies, such as Geographic Information Systems, to manage real estate performance as an enabler of clients’ strategy via data-driven decision support, including spending more than $400,000 annually to acquire the most current business data.