Practice Real Estate & Private Equity Panel Hosted By Jack Chapman, MD; and Collin Hart is voted one of the Top 10 Presentations at Caribbean Eye 2019

June 5, 2019, the Caribbean Eye Meeting was just as engaging as previous years. This one-of-a kind meeting, held at Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach in Cancun, Mexico, gathered well-known leaders in ophthalmology to discuss important topics in eye care with the breathtaking backdrop of the Caribbean Sea.

With the majority of topics related to advances in the practice of ophthalmology and its supporting business operations, Dr. Jack Chapman of Gainesville Eye Associates and Collin Hart of ERE Healthcare Real Estate Advisors shared their knowledge on the topic of real estate. Titled Practice Real Estate and Private Equity, the segment focused on educating leading ophthalmologists who own their practice or ASC real estate on the opportunity of a sale and leaseback transaction, particularly how it ties in with a private equity transaction.

About The Caribbean Eye Meeting

The American College of Eye Surgeons (ACES) and the American Board of Eye Surgery (ABES) were started in 1989, with ACES as the educational arm. ABES began to ensure quality surgery throughout the United States, and its efforts were taken internationally 12 years ago. ACES and ABES, along with the Society for Excellence in Eyecare (SEE), are proud to be entering the 29th annual meeting! Together, ACES, ABES, and SEE share a commitment to the belief that the primary focus for today’s ophthalmologist must, and should, be to promote, encourage, and enhance quality ophthalmic surgical care for the benefit of all patients.

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Investment demand, sale transaction volume, and valuations for healthcare real estate have reached historic highs. Even if a real estate sale doesn’t meet your current objectives, addressing potential partnership challenges early will maximize the value and security of your investment.