About

Flagler Healthcare Investments

Transparency, Alignment
and Trust

We have a long-established history investing in real estate and creating value for our institutional investors and partners across asset types and market cycles with more than 100 investments realized in the Americas and Europe. Since 2010, Flagler has focused exclusively on healthcare and is recognized as one of the nation’s most innovative and fastest growing full-service healthcare real estate companies.

Our MISSION is to transform the future of healthcare infrastructure by developing and investing in innovative healthcare properties made to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience.

History and Timeline

Founded as a Real Estate Investment Advisory firm under the name of PIX with HQ in Miami and 5 offices in Latin America.

1995

BNP-Paribas Real Estate acquired 100% of PIX.

2001

PIX’ Principals formed Flagler Investment to invest in distressed office buildings and data-centers through-out the US.

2004

Flagler redirects its business strategy to exclusively focus on healthcare properties.

2010

Flagler Analytics, Flagler's healthcare data company, acquires Prime Healthcare Analytics from Konica Minolta.

2014

Flagler and Leste, one of Brazil premier asset management companies, form the Leste Flagler Healthcare Fund and a series of direct healthcare real estate investment vehicles.

2019

Flagler and Nuveen form the Flagler TREA Venture.

2020

Flagler expands to 11 States and reaches $1B in AUM/D.

2021

Flagler continues its expansion in the US and launches its European platform.

2022

Ethos and Philosophy

Through smart investments we have the power to change the lives of our physician partners and the patients they serve.

Why Healthcare?

For real estate investors and owners, the healthcare industry provides solid underlying fundamentals while undergoing structural transformations. These fundamentals and transformative shifts create numerous opportunities. Specific drivers such as the country’s burgeoning and aging population, transfer of risks from payers to providers, patient-centered care and growing use of technology are propelling tidal shifts in industry priorities and competitor dynamics.