Benefits of hiring an Advisor:
- Experience and market knowledge
- Save your business time and money
- Conflict-free, unbiased perspective
Scott Heintzeman, Chief Operating Officer at RCM, said, “We have worked with Steve since 2018. He has assisted us in establishing a full-service project team including design, construction and legal review that understands RCM and its unique needs. This allows RCM to evaluate options in any market and execute upon them once a site is selected.”
Steve Brown, who has worked with hospital systems, clinics, and private practice groups for nearly 40 years, said, “Scott has established an exceptional template for evaluating sites depending on the number of physicians needed to service a particular market. That allows us the ability to evaluate potential options efficiently and effectively in any given market. It is a wonderful partnership and collaboration.”
Forte’s Healthcare Advisory practice works with hospital systems, clinics, and private practice groups from all healthcare specialties. Brown has worked with 225 healthcare clients providing market analysis, lease renewal and relocation evaluation and analysis, strategic site selection and acquisitions, in sizes ranging from 1,000 sq. ft. to more than 300,000 sq. ft.
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