Montecito Medical Adds New Members To Rapidly Growing Team

Montecito Medical Real Estate, one of the nation’s top acquirers of medical office properties, continues to expand its growing team with two key additions:  

  • Eric Dowd joined Montecito as Senior Vice President of Finance and Tax. 
  • Ashley Lynn has been named Vice President of Asset Management. 

A certified public accountant, Dowd oversees and manages Montecito’s tax function and assists with matters related to corporate acquisitions and dispositions. Previously, he served as Senior Tax Manager for Deloitte Tax, LLP, managing tax compliance for a portfolio of clients concentrated in the healthcare industry and as Director of Tax for eviCore Healthcare. ​​​​​​

Lynn, who holds a master’s degree in Real Estate Finance, serves as a key member of Montecito’s asset management team, specifically focused on relationships with the company’s institutional capital partners.  Her experience includes managing more than 16 million square feet of real estate, including four million square feet of medical assets.  

“As a tangible reflection of our growth and the reception of our physician-centered model by the marketplace, our team has doubled in size during the past 12 months,” said Chip Conk, CEO of Montecito Medical. “Because of the expertise and energy they bring, we are thrilled that Eric and Ashley have joined our organization to help us sustain and manage our growth.”

About Montecito Medical
Montecito Medical is one of the nation’s largest privately held companies specializing in healthcare-related real estate acquisitions and partnering with physicians and developers to fund development of medical real estate. The company also supports providers with a suite of AI-powered technology solutions that increase revenues, reduce costs and build physician wealth. Since 2006, Montecito has completed transactions involving more than $5 billion in medical real estate. Headquartered in Nashville, TN, the company was named for six consecutive years as a “key influencer in healthcare real estate” by and the editors of Real Estate Forum. For more information, please visit

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