In a complicated world, the relative simplicity of primary care property investment continues to attract investors looking for stability and security. With pressure on over-burdened hospitals, increasing waiting lists and an ever ageing population, the requirement for a modern, fit for purpose primary care estate has never been greater.
Given the scale of the challenges facing the health and social care sector, however, it is clear there must be fundamental changes to the way in which services are delivered in the coming years – and this will inevitably have an impact on the primary care investment proposition.
On 28 September, then, HealthInvestor, and property experts Colliers International will host an in-depth seminar to consider the major issues facing primary care property investment and to discuss the ways in which the market can react to help address the challenges it faces.
The event will analyse the investment opportunities in the primary care market, and consider how the evolution of primary care within a changing healthcare system will impact the investment proposition. Experts from the worlds of finance, property and primary care will debate the keys challenges facing the sector and predict how the market is likely to evolve over the next decade.