Montecito Supports Our Heroes

In the wake of the Corona-19 pandemic and the devastating tornadoes that ravaged Nashville, our corporate home, the Montecito team has chosen to add to our usual charitable giving by supporting three organizations that we regard as healthcare and humanitarian heroes. We wanted to draw your attention to their work and invite you to support them, too.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee
Second Harvest provides food and resources to those in need – a demand that has increased significantly in recent weeks. These include vulnerable, high-risk Middle and West Tennesseans, such as seniors with chronic medical conditions and families with school-aged children who have lost up to two school meals a day with early school closures.

 
Feed the Frontlines
Partnering with local hospitals and restaurants, Feed the Frontlines delivers meals to the healthcare professionals fighting Covid-19 — while also helping locally owned restaurants and their employees.

 
Mount Sinai Medical Center
NYC is the epicenter of the virus and Mount Sinai is at the forefront of the response. Our contributions go toward purchasing critically needed ventilators for patients.



About Montecito Medical
Montecito Medical is one of the nation’s largest privately held companies specializing in healthcare-related real estate acquisitions and funding the development of medical real estate. Montecito is a leading resource for both real estate owners and healthcare providers seeking to monetize or expand their holdings. Montecito has offices in Nashville, Tenn., Austin, Tex. and Orange County, Calif. Since 2005, it has completed transactions in 30 states involving more than $3.8 billion in medical real estate and totaling over six million square feet. To date, Montecito has more than $1 billion in capital available to expand holdings in its medical office portfolio throughout the United States. Its current portfolio and healthcare system relationships include UCLA, Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Holston Medical Group, Carolinas Health System, Urology of Virginia, Bon Secours, Maine General, EmergeOrtho and State of Franklin Healthcare Associates.

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