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The Sanders Trust execs speaking at the Interface healthcare real estate conference in Dallas, Texas

Thursday | September 13th, 2018

Birmingham, Ala. – The Sanders Trust (“TST”), a Birmingham-based healthcare real estate and development firm, is a sponsor and will have a few of their executives speaking at the InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Conference on Thursday, September 27th at the Westin Galleria in Dallas, TX. Michael Arvin, Director of Strategy & Development of TST’s Dallas office, will be moderating a panel discussion focused on rural healthcare issues and the strategic value that micro-hospitals can have on addressing this critical need.  Steve Hewett, SVP at TST, will be a panelist on the topic of acquisitions and financing of healthcare real estate trends.

The InterFace Conference is a national information and networking event for anyone involved in healthcare and medical office real estate, including: hospitals and healthcare systems, owners/investors/developers, lenders and financial intermediaries, leasing, management and operations specialists, and others allied to the industry. “The Sanders Trust is proud to announce our involvement with the InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Conference in Dallas, Texas later this month,” stated Rance Sanders, President and CEO of The Sanders Trust. “As our team has recently added to our portfolio in this market with our acquisition of the Warm Spring Rehabilitation Hospital in Kyle, Texas and opening of our Dallas office run by Michael Arvin, this conference is a great opportunity for our team to further grow in this market.”

TST remains very active in the healthcare real estate market, and recently announced the acquisition of a $27 million hospital in a suburb of Austin. Warm Springs Rehabilitation Hospital in Kyle, Texas, is a two-story rehabilitation hospital with 54,500 rentable square feet. It is the only free-standing, licensed rehabilitation hospital in this area. The property is 100 percent leased by a joint venture between Post Acute Medical, Seton Healthcare and Medcore Partners.   

Michael Arvin manages the Dallas office for The Sanders Trust. Michael was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the North Texas Commission for a three-year term. Previously, Michael served on the Healthcare Task Force for the NTC and was nominated this summer to a seat on the full board.  The North Texas Commission is a public-private partnership dedicated to advancing the vibrancy of the North Texas region. It is made up of Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, regional chambers and local and state businesses that works to address regional problems and opportunities while focusing on ways to unify the North Texas region through advocacy and education.

Michael joined The Sanders Trust in June of 2018 with 30 years of experience as a senior level healthcare executive who has worked with leading healthcare organizations in corporate development, strategic planning, real estate development, partnerships and acquisitions. During his healthcare development career, he has led multiple projects that delivered de novo hospitals, medical office buildings, cancer centers, surgery centers, post-acute facilities, and mixed-use multi-purpose medical development.

The Sanders Trust develops and acquires medical office buildings, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and specialty hospitals nationwide. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, The Sanders Trust has been a recognized leader in the investment community for healthcare clients since its inception in 1989 and has developed or acquired properties in 30 states.
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