INVESTOR RELATIONS

Our primary goal is to increase shareholder value through profitable growth. Our investment strategy to achieve this goal is based on three principles — relationship investing, portfolio diversification and conservative balance sheet management.

Relationship Investing

We generate relationships and make investment decisions that are expected to increase shareholder value by driving profitable growth. We attempt to develop relationships that create situations that allow us to meet our goals and investment criteria. We acquire and lease properties to healthcare providers.

Portfolio Diversification

We believe in maintaining a portfolio of healthcare investments diversified by segment, geography and operator. Diversification reduces the likelihood that a single event would materially harm our business. It allows us to take advantage of opportunities in different markets based on individual market dynamics.

While pursuing our strategy of diversification, we monitor our investments based on the percentage of our total assets that may be invested in any one property type, geographic location, or the number of properties which we may lease to a single operator. With investments in multiple segments geographic locations and multiple operators, we can focus on opportunities with the best risk/reward profile for the portfolio as a whole.

Conservative Balance Sheet

A conservative balance sheet is important to our ability to execute our business strategy. We continuously strive to maintain a conservative balance sheet. We will actively manage our debt-to-equity levels and maintain multiple sources of liquidity – such as a revolving line of credit and access to capital markets & secured debt lenders. We will attempt to match the duration of our investments with long term financing.

We structure transactions as master leases, require operator insurance and indemnifications, obtain enhancements in the form of letters of credit or security deposits and take other measures to mitigate risk. We will finance our investments based on our evaluation of available sources of funding. For short-term purposes, we may utilize a revolving line of credit or arrange for other short-term borrowings from banks or other sources. We will arrange for longer-term financing through offerings of equity and debt securities.

Our primary goal is to increase shareholder value through profitable growth. Our investment strategy to achieve this goal is based on three principles — relationship investing, portfolio diversification and conservative balance sheet management.

Relationship Investing

We generate relationships and make investment decisions that are expected to increase shareholder value by driving profitable growth. We attempt to develop relationships that create situations that allow us to meet our goals and investment criteria. We acquire and lease properties to healthcare providers.

Portfolio Diversification

We believe in maintaining a portfolio of healthcare investments diversified by segment, geography and operator. Diversification reduces the likelihood that a single event would materially harm our business. It allows us to take advantage of opportunities in different markets based on individual market dynamics.

While pursuing our strategy of diversification, we monitor our investments based on the percentage of our total assets that may be invested in any one property type, geographic location, or the number of properties which we may lease to a single operator. With investments in multiple segments geographic locations and multiple operators, we can focus on opportunities with the best risk/reward profile for the portfolio as a whole.

Conservative Balance Sheet

A conservative balance sheet is important to our ability to execute our business strategy. We continuously strive to maintain a conservative balance sheet. We will actively manage our debt-to-equity levels and maintain multiple sources of liquidity – such as a revolving line of credit and access to capital markets & secured debt lenders. We will attempt to match the duration of our investments with long term financing.

We structure transactions as master leases, require operator insurance and indemnifications, obtain enhancements in the form of letters of credit or security deposits and take other measures to mitigate risk. We will finance our investments based on our evaluation of available sources of funding. For short-term purposes, we may utilize a revolving line of credit or arrange for other short-term borrowings from banks or other sources. We will arrange for longer-term financing through offerings of equity and debt securities.

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