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New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY, United States April 9-11, 2024
Panelist

Mr. Brian Natale

Sr. Vice President, Physical Asset Grow Summit Health/CityMD

Brian Natale, CPP is a Senior Vice President of Summit Health/CityMD/VillageMD which operates approximately 900 healthcare facilities throughout the country. Mr. Natale has over 17 years of experience in the healthcare operations field and, in his current role, is responsible for all aspects of physical site growth from existing site renovations to the selection, design, and construction of all new site development projects. During his tenure at the organization Mr. Natale has been intimately involved with the growth evolution of the healthcare delivery system shifting from a “traditional medical office building” mentality to the current focus on adaptive reuse of retail type real estate. In the past 2 years Mr. Natale’s team successfully delivered over 100 projects ranging in size from 2500 SF to 100k SF with a total capital value of $550m. In addition to his construction and growth responsibilities he also has all day to day physical operations such as facilities & maintenance and security services under his purview.

Speaking at

Wed Apr 10 2:30 PM — 3:30 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time New York Hilton Midtown - Level 2, Nassau Suite

How Adaptive Reuse and Accessibility Will Transform the Patient Experience

Conventional hospital buildings will soon be outmoded. While providing a wide range of services under one roof might have seemed efficient at one time, today we understand that very few patients require so much at once. Instead, a distributed system of care—with a bevy of access points and a focus on the patient experience—more efficiently addresses needs, both physical and financial. Today's health care providers understand this and are looking for ways to cost-effectively distribute the most care to the most people, while also enhancing the experience of workers, patients, and the communities that surround them. Simultaneously, developers and owners are looking for solutions for underused real estate of nearly every type, in both downtown and suburban locations, that can be scaled nationally. This panel will bring together top players from the entire health care real estate ecosystem to examine case studies of how a decentralized model can improve health outcomes while realizing the potential of vacant commercial real estate.

Three days of inspiration, thought leadership, and connection

New York Hilton Midtown
New York, NY, United States

April 9-11, 2024

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Where ULI members come together to shape the built environment.