Health Care Public Finance

Attorneys practicing in the firm’s national health care finance group represent providers from all areas of the health care industry. Ranking as one of the top 20 bond counsel firms nationally, our attorneys are regularly sought as bond counsel, issuer’s counsel, underwriter’s counsel, borrower’s counsel and bank counsel in a wide range of healthcare financial transactions.

We pride ourselves on giving outstanding service and attention to every health care client regardless of size. From the very sophisticated deals involving acute care hospitals and multi-hospital systems financing expansion and acquisitions to single health care facilities seeking help with less complicated matters – every client receives the same attention and detailed counsel to meet each one’s specific and unique needs.

As the need for senior living facilities has increased, our health care finance group has gained significant experience in this area. In fact, the firm ranks in the top 15 nationally by dollar volume (Thompson Reuters, 2014) for senior living. Our attorneys work on financings for continuing care retirement communities, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and independent living facilities. We also work with alternative delivery providers throughout the county where community health centers and critical access providers deliver services to indigent and medically underserved communities, especially in rural areas.

The members of the group are experienced with both public offerings and bank private placements. Our Section 103 tax experts provide timely and in-depth consultation on all our health care transactions, seeking opportunities to be innovative while protecting the tax-exempt status of the transaction. Our previous engagements have included work with Ashland Hospital Corporation, Mercy Health, Christian Living Communities, Plan de Salud del Valle, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Peak Vista Health Services, Ohio Health, Regional West Medical Center, Frasier Meadows, National Church Residences and University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

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