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

Last week, HREI Insights announced the finalists of the 2018 HREI Insights Awards recognizing excellence in healthcare real estate development and executive leadership. Among the chosen facilities was HSA PrimeCare’s development, the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Drexel Town Square Health Center in Oak Creek, Wisc., which celebrated its public opening in January.

The 109,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility offers a wide spectrum of services including primary care, specialty care, urgent care, as well as an outpatient surgery center and full-service cancer center. An imaging center, lab, and retail pharmacy are also available onsite. The Froedtert & the MCW Drexel Town Square Health Center has been recognized for its innovative design features that create a calm, playful environment for patients. Since its completion, the project has received In Business Madison’s 11th Annual Commercial Design Award and has been recognized by the Daily Reporter as a Top Project of 2017.

In the HREI Insights 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 2018 conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. on December 5th and 6th.

To view the complete lists of finalists in all categories, visit the HREI Insights website. For more information on the RealShare Healthcare 2018 conference, visit the GlobeSt.com event page.

HSA PrimeCare EVP Timothy Stanton Shares New Perspective After a Near-Death Experience in Healthcare Real Estate Insights Q&A

Tim Stanton, center, at a stroke survivor walk with members of his family (left to right): Joey, Kaleigh, Tim, his wife Tammy and Jack (Ryan, not pictured).

Last week marked the two year anniversary of the day HSA PrimeCare EVP Timothy Stanton suffered a major stroke, which severely impaired his ability to walk, breathe, and swallow and forever changed his perspective on the healthcare industry. Throughout his recovery Tim has continuously provided a unique, new perspective to the HSA PrimeCare team, offering suggestions to improve patient comfort in healthcare facilities the firm owns, manages, and develops.

30 days after the stroke Tim, center, left the hospital for the first time to attend his goddaughter’s wedding with his family (left to right): Kaleigh, Tammy, Ryan, Jack, & Joey.

In a recently published Q&A article with Healthcare Real Estate Insights, Tim provides a chronicle of his journey and discusses how his decisions as a patient have heightened his understanding of HSA’s responsibility to its healthcare provider partners and their patients.

Our job is to do everything and anything that provides an environment that will help patients get well. We need to understand and anticipate the needs of the patient, their caregivers and families. Having lived it, I can help the HSA PrimeCare team incorporate this vision into its work.

Click here to read the full Q&A at Healthcare Real Estate Insights online.