HSA PrimeCare President John Wilson Discusses the Patient-Centered Delivery Model with GlobeSt.com

HSA PrimeCare and USAA Real Estate Company recently acquired the 45,722 SF Plymouth City Center Medical in Plymouth, Minn.

In an article published last week by GlobeSt.com, HSA PrimeCare president John Wilson explains how healthcare systems are working to reduce costs while preparing for a rapidly aging population and new patient needs.

John Wilson, President

According to Wilson, “…providers across the nation have largely shifted to a more patient-centered delivery model, with smaller, cost-efficient medical clinics doing much of the work once handled by big hospitals. Some of the savings will come from concentrating several specialties into one location, alongside more traditional doctors’ offices.”

Wilson further describes some specific design choices that HSA PrimeCare’s healthcare clients are implementing in order to fulfill the increasing demands of their patients.

“Facility design has become much more thoughtful – a trend that manifests itself in a variety of ways, including the use of warmer colors, abundant natural lighting and amenities like on-site pharmacies and imaging services,” says Wilson. “Some outpatient facilities have also added fitness centers that can be used for physical therapy and preventative care.”

To read the full article, visit GlobeSt.com.

HSA PrimeCare EVP Tim Stanton Presents Award at Chicago Construction and Real Estate Council’s City of Hope Gala

From left to right: Tom Saletta, Joseph Cushing, Beth Cushing, Timothy Stanton, Guido Marcucci, M.D., Thomas Cushing

Last month, HSA PrimeCare EVP Timothy M. Stanton co-chaired The Real Estate and Construction Council of Chicago’s 25th Annual City of Hope Gala. The event gathered attendees from all sectors of the real estate industry to raise money for the City of Hope Hospital and Cancer Research Center and to present the City of Hope’s Spirit of Life award.

During the gala, Stanton presented the award to this year’s recipient, Joseph X. Cushing, Stanton’s cousin and EVP of Cushing and Company. In his speech, Tim focused on his highest values, which he believes Cushing also lives by: being good, being kind, being happy, and making a difference. Quoting Adrian Corday, Tim provided a recipe for happiness: “Live with enthusiasm, smile for no reason, love without conditions, act with purpose, and listen with your heart.”

Cushing was honored for his twenty-plus years of support for the organization. “It’s humbling to be recognized by an organization at the forefront of saving lives and volunteer work I am passionate about,” said Cushing. “We still have much work to do, and I’m excited to continue supporting this terrific organization.”

During his acceptance speech, he cited one of City of Hope’s early leaders, Samuel Golter, who centered his model on compassion, honor, and human dignity. He also spoke of friends and family members who have impacted him over the years. Of Stanton, Cushing said, “Anyone who is fortunate enough to have [Tim] as a friend, knows we have one of the best friends anyone could have. Tim is patient and funny, and breaking the mold of a broker, he’s smart and he’s thoughtful.”

With over 600 attendees, the gala raised over $657,000 for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening disease research.

About City of Hope

City of Hope is an independent research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as one of only 49 comprehensive cancer centers, the highest recognition bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, with research and treatment protocols that advance care throughout the world. City of Hope is located in Duarte, California, just northeast of Los Angeles, with community clinics throughout Southern California. It is ranked as one of “America’s Best Hospitals” in cancer by U.S. News & World Report. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of bone marrow transplantation, diabetes and numerous breakthrough cancer drugs based on technology developed at the institution. For more information about City of Hope, follow them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Instagram.

HSA PrimeCare Development Drexel Town Square Health Center Named HREI Insights Awards Finalist

Last week, HREI Insights announced the finalists for its fifth annual awards recognizing excellence in healthcare real estate development and leadership. Among the chosen facilities was HSA PrimeCare’s recent development, the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Drexel Town Square Health Center in Oak Creek, Wisc.

The 109,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility is due for completion next month and is scheduled to open by the end of January. The center will offer a wide spectrum of services including primary care, specialty care, urgent care, as well as an outpatient surgery center and full-service cancer center. Imaging, lab, and a retail pharmacy will also be available onsite.

In the category of Best New Medical Office Building and Other Outpatient Facilities 100,000 SF or More, the Froedtert & the MCW Drexel Town Square Health Center is one of five national finalists. HREI Insights will present the final awards at the RealShare Healthcare 2017 conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. on December 7th.

To view the complete lists of finalists in all categories, visit the HREI Insights website. For more information on the RealShare Healthcare 2017 conference, visit the GlobeSt.com event page.