NexCore Group and Montrose Regional Health Open New Ambulatory Care Center in Western Colorado

The 88,000 SF facility brings expanded services to the residents of Montrose and the Uncompahgre Valley.

DENVER, May 7, 2024 –

NexCore Group, a leading healthcare real estate development, investment, and management company, and Montrose Regional Health (“MRH”), celebrated the opening of a new Ambulatory Care Center (“ACC”) in Montrose, Colorado on April 25, 2024.

The four-story, 88,000 square foot building will enhance and increase much-needed patient care for the Western Colorado region, allowing residents to stay at home and avoid long-distance travel for their healthcare.

“Just because we’re an independent hospital and we’re on the western slope and rural does not mean that we don’t provide high-quality care just as you see in the urban settings of Denver, Salt Lake City, and Phoenix”, commented Jeff Mengenhausen, CEO of MRH. “Our community members don’t need to leave for that high-quality care that we provide right here within this building.”

The new ACC features lab, imaging, and a women’s imaging center on the first floor, including the very latest in CT technology. The hospital’s Mountain View Therapy Clinic, Alpine Women’s Centre and Western Slope Orthopedics will occupy the 2nd floor. The outpatient surgery center and the Spine and Pain Clinic will take up the 4th floor and will open this fall. The Spine and Pain Clinic is currently on the 2nd floor in the interim. The opening frees up much-needed space at the main hospital campus.

The 3rd floor is exclusively leased to Cedar Point Health (“CPH”), the largest primary care provider group in the region. Their vision and investment has been a driving force for the project from the beginning. It became apparent though, to CPH CEO Cory Phillips, that they needed outside help to get this done and that’s when NexCore got involved.

“We don’t know anything about developing a project like this; we literally knew nothing”, commented Phillips. “The thought which was in place at the beginning was, do we start working with an architect on our own or do we go out and investigate facilities? Starting that relationship with NexCore, they had solutions for every question we threw at them, and it made the process so much easier.”

“Working with NexCore and starting this four-story 88,000 square-foot ACC, it really gave us a state-of-the-art facility to grow within, and we’re full which is amazing”, added Mengenhausen. “It is really stepping up our game within the community.”

Joining NexCore to deliver the project are architect TreanorHL and general contractor Layton Construction. Debt financing is being handled by Trustmark Bank, with primary equity provided by Harrison Street. CPH, multiple specialty physicians including Western Slope Orthopedics, and NexCore are additional investors in the real estate. NexCore is the owner of the ACC and has entered into a long-term lease with MRH.

“NexCore Group is thrilled to have partnered with Montrose Regional Health on this new Ambulatory Care Center. Providing enhanced outpatient care to the Montrose community, eliminates the need for patients to drive to Grand Junction or Denver for care,” says Jarrod Daddis, President of NexCore Group. “It’s moments like these that remind me why we’re in this business – to invest in communities, support healthcare innovation, and improve lives.”

NexCore Group and HCA Healthcare Break Ground on New Ambulatory Surgery Center in Orem, Utah

The joint venture ASC will help meet the need for increased surgical support in the rapidly growing Central Utah Valley.

DENVER, April 30, 2024 –

NexCore Group, a leading healthcare real estate development, investment, and management company, has partnered with one of the nation’s leading providers of healthcare service, HCA Healthcare, to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new ambulatory surgery center (ASC) in Orem, Utah. The ceremony took place on April 16, 2024.

The new ASC will span 41,000 square feet and include 10 operating rooms, making it one of the largest surgery centers in HCA Healthcare’s nationwide portfolio. This facility is designed to support the growth of HCA Timpanogos Regional Hospital and its medical providers in the rapidly expanding Central Utah Valley. The joint venture includes HCA’s Surgery Ventures Group, powered by HCA Healthcare, and Central Utah Surgical Center (CUSC), an independent surgical group based in nearby Provo.

This collaboration marks another project in a series of successful partnerships between NexCore and HCA. Austin Manning, CEO of HCA Timpanogos Regional Hospital, noted, “NexCore’s involvement in markets such as Denver and Houston has been beneficial. They were instrumental in addressing initial challenges with this project and have worked diligently to create a plan that aligns with the needs of the ASC’s physicians.”

Incorporating CUSC into the building not only accommodates the group’s growth but also establishes the ASC as a premier surgical center in the intermountain region. Dr. Rob Faux, a CUSC surgeon, expressed enthusiasm about the expansion: “Our high patient volumes mean we’re constantly at capacity. This new facility will allow us to expand and nearly double our current capacity.”

Scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2025, the ASC represents Phase 1 of a two-part development plan on a 6-acre parcel adjacent to Timpanogos Regional Hospital. Later this year, construction will begin on a 54,000 square-foot medical outpatient building (MOB) featuring outpatient services and offices for HCA providers as well as independent medical practices. NexCore is the developer for the MOB and has started pre-leasing for the space.

Teaming with NexCore to deliver the project are architect Boulder Associates and general contractor Layton Construction. Debt financing is being handled by Wintrust Bank, with equity provided by a joint venture with NexCore’s
co-GP Fund and physician tenants.

NexCore President Jarrod Daddis remarked, “The Utah Central Valley is one of the fastest-growing regions in the country. This new surgery center, a collaborative effort between NexCore Group, HCA Healthcare, and Central Utah Surgical Center, will cater to the community’s present and future healthcare needs. I’d like to extend my gratitude to the entire team for their dedication in launching the first phase, with a new adjacent medical outpatient building to follow shortly.”

NexCore Group and CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Open Pivotal Healthcare Hub in Orange, Texas

The Gisela Houseman Medical Campus provides vital and convenient access to healthcare services for the underserved Southeast Texas region.

Gisela Houseman Medical Campus Ribbon Cutting

DENVER, February 7, 2024 –

NexCore Group, a national leading real estate developer specializing in healthcare, life sciences, and senior living, joined forces with CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Health System to commemorate the grand opening of the Gisela Houseman Medical Campus (GHMC) on January 30, 2024. Strategically positioned in proximity to Interstate 10 and Texas State Highway 62, GHMC is thoughtfully designed to enhance campus connectivity, elevate patient satisfaction, and optimize provider efficiency.

The initiative includes a 55,000 SF medical office building, with 37,000 SF leased by CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Health System, which includes an emergency hospital, outpatient and diagnostic services, and physician office space. Among those physicians is Dr. Marty Rutledge, a well-established primary care physician in Orange, and a longstanding community leader who has played a pivotal role in advancing the project.

The City and County of Orange, Texas had been without a hospital and emergency services since January 2017 when Baptist Hospital Orange closed its doors, forcing residents to travel longer distances over bridges to Beaumont and Port Arthur for critical care.

“When the hospital closed, I think we lost part of our soul and I believe the community grieved for years about it.” Remarked Dr. Rutledge. “We don’t know how many lives were lost because of delays in getting to an emergency room. I suspect many.”

Jarrod Daddis, NexCore Group President, was just as excited to get this medical facility up and running. “This brand-new medical campus is critically important for the residents of Orange, Texas, and the surrounding region. We are privileged to be a part of this community-driven project and thankful to CHRISTUS, Gisela Houseman, Dr. Marty Rutledge, the City of Orange, and others for their trust in the entire NexCore team.”

CHRISTUS Southeast Texas Health System, a not-for-profit Catholic healthcare system, has a history of serving its communities spanning over 120 years. NexCore Group collaborated closely with CHRISTUS in designing a facility that aligns seamlessly with their revenue model and clinical objectives. This cooperative endeavor also encompassed the generous donation of land for development by The Houseman Companies, infrastructure construction facilitated by the City of Orange, and tax abatements granted by both the city and county.

CHRISTUS President and CEO, Paul Trevino, highlighted the community involvement in his comments at the ceremony. “This type of project does not happen overnight. It happens because of the commitment, the energy, the passion, and the resources of the leaders in the community. We felt that in a big way when we were invited to look at this project.”

Gisela Houseman, owner of The Houseman Companies spoke to the long journey of bringing the missing healthcare services back to Orange. “They (City of Orange) made a commitment to build the road. I said, ‘I’ll give the land if you commit your part’. Then we started bringing in potential developers and potential builders and NexCore just rose to the top. They have done so much of this, and you want someone that’s experienced.”

The Gisela Houseman Medical Campus includes the following:

  • 24/7 Emergency care with two assessment and 10 exam rooms.
  • Four extended-stay rooms.
  • Diagnostic imaging featuring CT, EKG, diagnostic and vascular ultrasound, digital radiography, and soon-to-arrive MRI.
  • Women’s Center that includes advanced 3D mammography, breast ultrasound, and bone density screening.
  • Medical office suites housing primary and specialty care providers.

Helping NexCore deliver the two-story project were architects SmithGroup and PhiloWilke, and general contractor Arch-Con. The fully leased space began seeing patients to physicians this past November, while the hospital opened its doors on February 1.

Orange Mayor, Larry Spears, Jr., expressed his gratitude to NexCore for its help in delivering the project to the community. “I can tell you if there was ever anyone who wanted to know who to get involved to help bring this to your community, its NexCore all the way. It was no longer a business; they were more a family, and I am thankful; very, very thankful.

View our grand opening video below:

The Strategic Role of a Developer in an Orthopedic Practice

Self-Development VS Using a Developer
Orthopedic surgeons have the financial capability to acquire financing, raise equity, own 100% of an asset and can hire a qualified architect and contractor, so why use a developer?

What the self-development model doesn’t cover:

  • Municipal approvals for site plan, zoning, and building permit.
  • Project delivery guarantee by General Contractor (GC) before completion of schematic, design development, and construction drawing and the setting of a completion date.
  • The GC will only guarantee construction cost, not total project cost and construction loan.

Managing the Project-Time and Role
Orthopedists already have a full-time job, and the time requirement to manage a large real estate project is significant. 

  • Developers are willing to bring capital for design, legal fees, and other third-party expenses, and guarantee completion date based on the tenant seeing their first patients.
  • Developers will guarantee rental rates/tenant improvement allowances early in the project planning and assume the risk for interest rate increases, construction financing, pre-leasing, entitlements, and de-risk elements of the project including, but not limited to construction cost increases, and schedule delays for tenants.
  • Developers can add value in the planning and programming stage, helping the physicians optimize facility size with an eye on cost of occupancy and value of the asset.
  • Contracts and other legal documents required to have a financeable project and limit risk are a must have. An experienced real estate developer with in-house counsel is a significant value add.

But What About Ownership?
Orthopedists today are facing pressure on reimbursement and need to find alternative revenue. Real estate can be one avenue to harvest just that.  NexCore, a leading healthcare developer, offers physicians an array of co-ownership options that enable the physicians to invest significantly in the project, retain decision making and control, as well as shielding physicians from personal guarantees and debt liability. Developers take this calculated risk on behalf of the partnership and in essence, they are compensated for this risk and their project delivery expertise.  In a typical 60,000 SF project that involves a clinic, imaging, therapy and an ASC, the total project cost is likely to be $375/SF or $22.5M. The equity requirement for efficient financing might be 30% to 40% of total project costs or $6.75M to $9M.  In addition, there could be another $7M to $8M in tenant improvement costs as well as Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment. Typically, the operating company for the surgery center will provide a higher return than the real estate investment, so many physicians choose to individually invest more in that than in the real estate. NexCore has structured ownership models to accommodate the amount of equity the physicians want to invest and provides options where the physicians can remain as owners long or short term.  Having a partnership with a developer, like NexCore, brings value to the physicians by providing significant alignment between the parties through a joint venture on real estate.

Exterior of HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress medical office building with brick and gray exterior

“We identified NexCore early on in our search for a developer. They had the size, the bandwidth and the experience we needed to handle the unique regulatory and compliance challenges we faced with our development,” says Dr. Mack, an orthopedic surgeon at Doctors’ Pavilion located on the HCA North Cypress campus in Houston, TX. “We had a very specific vision for what we wanted to do and NexCore was flexible and willing to do whatever it took as our partner.”

When planning a new orthopedic Center, the physicians should consider interviewing, and working with, seasoned developers. Experienced developers will provide significant advantages to the contractor/architect delivery model, added expertise, reduction of risk, and leverage of your valuable time.

NexCore Group Opens New HATCHspaces® Life Science Building in Boulder, Colorado

Hatchlabs Wilderness Place - Ribbon Cutting

HATCHlabs @ Wilderness Place offers purpose-built lab space for early and mid-growth life science companies in the nationally emerging market.

DENVER, January 23, 2024 –

NexCore Group and its subsidiary, HATCHspaces, have marked the inauguration of HATCHlabs @ Wilderness Place in Boulder, Colorado, on January 17, 2024. Situated at 2880 Wilderness Place and representing the successful conversion of the historic Boulder Beer Company Brewery building into an innovative hub for emerging companies in the life sciences industry. This project marks the ninth project overall for the HATCHspaces brand and the fourth under the NexCore Science & Technology platform.

This critical facility offers purpose-built and dedicated laboratory infrastructure in a range of sizes intentionally designed for early to mid-growth companies. It also delivers space as both turnkey labs immediately ready for residency under the HATCHx concept and customizable, lab enabled warm shell space for companies with unique workflow and design needs.

Hatchlabs Wilderness Place -Grand Opening

“In order for life science clusters to grow, functional and affordable graduation lab space needs to be available for startups emerging from academic labs and incubators. We’ve designed the HATCHspaces platform to be just that.” commented Allan Glass, Executive VP of Science & Technology at NexCore. “Further, our goal is to build innovation clusters by helping science and technology entrepreneurs connect and collaborate with anchor institutions and industry advocates.”

Kristen Roy, Director of Biochemistry Teaching Labs at CU Boulder, spoke to the audience announcing an internship partnership between the two entities. “We are excited to partner with HATCHlabs @ Wilderness Place to tap into a unique microcosm of bioscience industry partners who, as opt-in participants in our internship program, will be a valuable resource for our students. I want to thank NexCore Group and HATCHspaces for their generosity with Biochemistry and CU Boulder broadly.”

To access additional details about the internship program, please visit:

NexCore President Jarrod Daddis added, “This is such an exciting day. There’s nothing better in our business than having the opportunity to invest in, redevelop, and manage buildings like we have here in Boulder, especially in our own backyard. This is more than just a building to us; this is really about investing in community, our tenants, the healthcare industry, and the scientific entrepreneurs who feed, fuel, and heal us.”

The Boulder region hosts the University of Colorado Boulder, an esteemed research institution, along with significant government research facilities, incubation programs, early-stage venture capital funds and life science entrepreneurs. HATCHlabs @ Wilderness Place is strategically positioned to build upon the region’s accomplishments and add to the resources needed to continue the success of the Life Science Industry throughout Colorado.

Colorado BioScience Association (CBA) President & CEO Elyse Blazevich, was also in attendance, representing the largest life science advocacy and support group in the region, noting the importance of groups coming together to address the needs of biotech startups. “The startup companies in our ecosystem could not do the work they do without our university partners and all the support that goes into helping those companies move through the obstacles”, said Blazevich. “Huge kudos to HATCHspaces and NexCore Group for selecting Colorado as a key market. The science we see coming out of this ecosystem is remarkable, so we value that you are here.”

NexCore partnered with architect, Page, and general contractor, Swinerton, to retrofit the 33,700 SF building. It offers ready-to-use and adaptable laboratories, wet lab space, tenant storage, and communal facilities like a multimedia conference room, break rooms, freezer farm, and shared restrooms. Specifically designed with premium mechanical / electrical / plumbing (MEP), it sets new standards for life science buildings in Boulder, ensuring quicker and more cost-effective space.

During the design phase of the building, NexCore aimed to pay homage to the legacy of the former owner, the Boulder Beer Company. They sought to capture the entrepreneurial spirit that gave rise to Colorado’s inaugural micro-brewery, envisioning a similar atmosphere of innovation & community for the new tenant/partners at HATCHlabs @ Wilderness Place. A curated art program showcasing old photos and artifacts from the brewery has been incorporated into new art and color inspired by the molecular structure of brewing beer.

Limited space is still available. For more information contact:
Dean Callan & Company

About HATCHspaces®

HATCHspaces® is a science focused real estate platform operating purpose-built facilities for scientifically based companies eager to feed, fuel, and heal our fellow humans. The platform operates nearly 500,000 sf of specialized facilities throughout Southern California and Colorado, working with a full range of companies from start-ups to multi-billion-dollar public companies. HATCHspaces was acquired by one of the country’s leading healthcare developers, NexCore Group, in 2021 and now operates as part of the NexCore Science and Technology team. Since that time our focus has broadened beyond our Southern California roots, across the top 20 life science clusters in the country. By delivering a multi-tenant habitat we foster matchmaking opportunities between researchers, academic institutions, venture capital firms, inventors, and entrepreneurs. By bringing dedicated space into a co-working environment, we streamline the evolving growth of entrepreneurial ventures as they graduate from academic labs and incubator environments.

HATCHspaces® – Simplifying the Process of Scientific Innovation

NexCore Contact:
Allan Glass

NexCore Group and Experience Senior Living Named Finalists for National Awards

Medical facility and two senior living communities developed in Prescott, AZ, Mechanicsville, VA, and Broomfield, CO, selected as finalists for Healthcare Real Estate Insights™ magazine’s annual awards.

DENVER, January 9, 2024

One healthcare facility and two senior living communities developed by NexCore Group, a national healthcare real estate investment and development company that focuses on custom-designed facilities and communities for healthcare providers, science and technology sectors and seniors housing, have been selected as finalists in the Healthcare Real Estate Insights (HREI) magazine’s annual awards program. Headquartered in Denver, NexCore developed the projects in Prescott, AZ, Mechanicsville, VA, and Broomfield, CO.

Jarrod Daddis, President of NexCore, remarked, “NexCore is honored to be recognized again by HREI with three finalists this year. These projects are designed and developed to further our commitment to build better outcomes for our healthcare clients and patients, and to provide seniors with inviting communities that invite them to stay connected, active, and engaged.”

Phill Barklow, President of NexCore Group’s Experience Senior Living (ESL), continues, saying, “Having Sancerre at Atlee Station and The Gallery at Broomfield recognized nationally is a testament to our team members, residents, and their families. It validates our mission of creating communities with purpose, that each of these shareholders strive for daily.”

NexCore projects have been honored as Finalists 30 times and Winners eight times, including six development projects; a 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Tim Oliver; and the 2019 Healthcare Real Estate Executive of the Year, Greg Venn, NexCore’s CEO and Founding Partner.

The 2023 NexCore Group HREI Insights Awards Finalists are:

Arizona Oncology

Arizona Oncology Cancer Center, Prescott, AZ
As a Finalist in the “Best New Development, MOBs and Other Outpatient Facilities, Less than 25,000 square feet” Category, The Arizona Oncology-Prescott Cancer Center stands as a beacon of comprehensive cancer care, contributing significantly to the well-being of the community.

The 23,000 sf facility includes a 36-chair infusion area, outdoor garden, 17 medical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology exam rooms, and a PET-CT imaging room. The design also allows the ability to add up to two medical linear accelerators (LINAC) in the future to target and destroy cancerous cells in a precise area of a patient’s body with minimal exposure to the surrounding healthy tissue.

“Arizona Oncology had a vision, a vision that would give this community a sense of security with their oncology needs”, remarked Melinda Paipa, Practice Director at Arizona Oncology. “NexCore made this come to life by taking our vision and showing us that we could make it happen in a reasonable amount of time. We had our expectations and they exceeded them.”

Sancerre Atlee Station – Mechanicsville, VA
A finalist in the “Post-Acute & Senior Living Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development” category, the two-story, 92,332 sf senior living community is specifically designed to offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care services to its residents. Sancerre Atlee Station is the company’s first developed and operated community in the state of Virginia..

NexCore’s senior living entity, Experience Senior Living (ESL), identified an underserved senior living market amidst aging communities in suburban Richmond, Virginia. With a total of 103 apartment suites available, Sancerre Atlee Station provides a range of living options to meet each resident’s unique lifestyle. The senior living community offers numerous amenities and services that make it an ideal living destination for seniors. 

On the nomination Mr. Barklow commented, “Sancerre at Atlee Station is a modern interpretation of classic Virginia architecture. There is such a deep culture in our surrounding market that we wanted to pay homage to the lifestyle that our residents and families were used to. We are excited to be a part of the deep-rooted history that the greater Richmond area has, as well as being an active participant in helping to shape the future.”

The Gallery at Broomfield, Broomfield, CO
The Gallery at Broomfield has also been named a Finalist in the “Post-Acute & Senior Living Facilities Best New Ground-Up Development” Category. The three-story, 100,986 square foot community includes 115 assisted living and memory care apartments.

Experience Senior Living (ESL), NexCore’s senior living entity, researched and realized an opportunity in the underserved Broomfield, Colorado market. Despite limited land zoned for senior living due to the city’s commercial focus, ESL recognized the potential in this high-growth area with no existing competition. ESL strategically identified a narrow 5-acre site, maximizing its potential with a 3-story building oriented westward to embrace Rocky Mountain views. The modern mountain design, curated by a skilled architect and design team, includes front and back courtyards adorned with local art. The assisted living and memory care community features units with full kitchens, offering a complete continuum of care. With full licensing, residents have the flexibility to age in place, ensuring a dynamic and accommodating living environment.

Mr. Barklow added, “The Gallery at Broomfield is part of our art and music themed independent and assisted living brand. The Broomfield market is full of outdoor, active people that want to continue living a lifestyle with culture and exceptional experiences. We are excited to curate those experiences at The Gallery at Broomfield.”

NexCore Group and Arizona Oncology Celebrate the Opening of New Cancer Center in Prescott, Arizona

Comprehensive center to serve Quad-Cities region

DENVER, November 7, 2023

NexCore Group, a national healthcare, life sciences, and senior living real estate developer, celebrated the grand opening of a new cancer center October 27 serving the residents in Prescott, Arizona.  Arizona Oncology, one of the largest medical groups in Arizona devoted exclusively to cancer care, and NexCore collaborated on the 23,000-square-foot facility which opened to the public in October 2023. The Arizona Oncology Cancer Center offers patients in the region convenient access to the latest cancer treatment services and technologies.

Located at 5430 Landmark Lane, the facility provides medical oncology, surgical oncology, breast cancer treatment and diagnostics, urology, radiation therapies (including HDR), diagnostic imaging (CT/PET, CT) laboratory diagnostics, genomic testing and oncology research. NexCore partnered with architect, Corgan, and general contractor, Loven Contracting, ensuring a timely completion within the projects allocated budget.

Arizona Oncology Practice Director, Melinda Paipa, commented on the process with NexCore Group saying, “We were able to sit down with everyone from NexCore to discuss expectations for both parties, and it turned out amazing.” Medical Oncologist, Dr. Iyad Hamarneh, added, “It has exceeded our expectations. The patients are happy; they feel a completely different energy. Having the doctors, the providers, and all the team in one space makes a huge difference. Being able to see the patient, interact with them, provide answers, and do the testing in one place is a huge upgrade.”

Arizona Oncology also features a 35-chair infusion area, outdoor garden, 17 total medical, gynecologic, and radiation oncology exam rooms, along with a PET-CT imaging room.  The new building design also includes the ability to add up to two medical linear accelerators (LINAC) in the future to target and destroy cancerous cells in a precise area of a patient’s body with minimal exposure to the surrounding healthy tissue.

This is the second project NexCore has delivered for Irving, Texas-based McKesson. The Texas Oncology Cancer Center opened in Amarillo earlier in 2023.

“The Prescott community now has access to exceptional cancer care at the newly opened Arizona Oncology center, a project realized through the collaboration of NexCore Group with McKesson and US Oncology”, commented NexCore President Jarrod Daddis. “I am also proud of the NexCore team for leading the day-to-day efforts to deliver this project on time and on budget. Arizona Oncology is more than a building; it’s a commitment to the well-being of a community.”

NexCore Group and CHI Health Celebrate the Opening of New Health Clinic in Omaha, NE

CHI Elkhorn Grand Opening

The 28,700-square-foot CHI Health Clinic in Elkhorn is developer NexCore’s ninth healthcare project with CHI Health

DENVER, October 4, 2023

NexCore Group, a national healthcare, life sciences, and senior living real estate developer, and Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) gathered in the rapidly growing community of Elkhorn, in Omaha, NE on September 13 to celebrate the opening of the CHI Health Clinic Elkhorn.

CHI is the sole tenant in the one-story, 28,700-square-foot clinic, located at 1625 North 205th Street. The clinic features 39 exam rooms, offers primary care, physical therapy, behavioral health services and specialty care, as well as imaging services, a laboratory, and a retail pharmacy. Space is also provided for visiting specialists, and the 3.62-acre site provides parking for 177 vehicles.

Englewood, CO based CHI is part of the Chicago-based health system CommonSpirit, which has hospitals and care centers in 21 states, and was formed in 2019 through an alignment of CHI and Dignity Health.

Drone shot of CHI Health Clinic in Elkhorn Omaha, NE

“I would like to express my deepest gratitude to the dedicated team at NexCore that worked tirelessly to bring this clinic to life,” remarked Julie Goebel, COO of CHI Health.  “The family health center with 39 exam rooms and state-of-the-art medical equipment will revolutionize the way we deliver care to an ever-growing community. From primary care to prevention and specialized treatments like behavioral health, and Dermatology. Our clinic is a one stop destination for families seeking convenient, healthcare solutions.”

“At NexCore, we pride ourselves on building better outcomes through long lasting partnerships,” commented NexCore President, Jarrod Daddis. “The Elkhorn Health Clinic is the 9th development we’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with CHI on. Together, we’re shaping a future that will continue to enhance the wellbeing of individuals and communities.

Kyle Robbins, Senior VP of Design & Construction of Denver-based NexCore, a national healthcare real estate (HRE) developer, expressed gratitude at the event for the ongoing relationship with CHI Health. “It’s been a pleasure of ours to continue to help CHI deliver exceptional healthcare to communities like Elkhorn. The Elkhorn area will benefit greatly through happier, healthier lives because of the care The Elkhorn Health Clinic will be able to provide.

Rounding out the development team is HGA, headquartered in Minneapolis, and Omaha-based Darland Construction Co.