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Flagler partners with PAM to acquire a portfolio of 4 post-acute hospitals.

Flagler partners with PAM to acquire a portfolio of 4 post-acute hospitals

Flagler in partnership with the physicians leading the operation, acquires the South Texas Surgical Hospital

Flagler acquires Bethesda Health City, Florida’s largest “medical mall” with 133,000 sqf and develop an additional 36,000 sqf.

Flagler acquired the PAM Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility in Round Rock, Texas. This newly built IRF offers comprehensive inpatient and outpatient therapy services to communities surrounding Austin, Texas.

Flagler in partnership with OCPBC acquired the JFK Medical Center.

The Orthopedic And Spine Inpatient Surgical Hospital “OASIS” is a modern, 64-bed orthopedic hospital with 8 state-of-the-art operating rooms, located minutes away from Downtown and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Flagler acquires four newly-built medical office buildings and ASC in Central California, anchored by University Orthopedics under Central California Faculty Medical Group (CCFMG). The assets totaling approximately 60,000 sqf, are 100% occupied.

October 15, 2020, Flagler acquired the 69,000 sqf Post Acute Medical (PAM) IRF and LTACH located in Corpus Christi, Texas. 

Flagler structured the sale-and-lease-back of 17 condo units through direct negotiations with the 17 condo owners. This 52,157 sqf MOB is a primary care hub with a convenient drive-through pharmacy on the ground floor.

Flagler partners with PAM to acquire a portfolio of 4 post-acute hospitals

Flagler partners with PAM to acquire this 60-bed, 100,000 sqf LTACH.

Flagler has acquired the Orthopedic Associates’ main medical campus in St. Louis.

Flagler acquires the newly developed Ortho Arizona MOB and surgery center in Gilbert, AZ.,

Flagler in partnership with premier medical practices acquires a vacant 30,340 sqf MOB formerly known as El Clair Medical Center and turns it into a vibrant integrated and dedicated center for Diabetes.

The Bakersfield MOB Portfolio consists of 3 assets located adjacent to one of the most renowned cardiovascular specialty hospitals in the US,  Bakersfield Heart Hospital (BHH).

Flagler acquires a portfolio of 4 assets within two counties in Akron, Ohio.

Flagler develops the Lantana Medical Center as a Musculoskeletal and Neuro Center of Excellence.

Flagler acquires the former Mercer Insurance Building and turns it into a Neuro, Rehab and Wellness Center.

Ground-up development of the Boynton Orthopedic Surgical Center for OCPBC and SCA.

Ground-up development of the Boynton Orthopedic Surgical Center for Phynet Dermatolgy and Nicklaus Children Hospital.

Flagler acquires and brings the Linton Surgical & Medical Center to full capacity.

Flagler in partnership with OCPBC acquired the SR7 Medical Center.

The PAM San Antonio Specialty Hospital is licensed for 62 beds and located within the South Texas Medical Center. The Specialty Hospital provides services for those who require complex medical management, therapeutic care and rehabilitation services.

The 70-bed hospital is located in the Las Vegas Medical District Northwest and specializes in the treatment of medically complex patients who require extended hospitalization.

Flagler acquires the PAM Specialty Hospital of Tulsa which is part of the Post Acute Medical Network of hospitals and is accredited by The Joint commission. The Hospital has 40 LTACH beds and 20 IRF beds to serve patients facing a wide range of serious injuries and illnesses.

Flagler acquires the beautiful campus of PAM Specialty Hospital of Sarasota, conveniently located off I-75 at exit 207, opened in June 2005 and has 40 licensed beds and a medical staff of more than 70 physicians.