Join the Philadelphia Business Journal in this virtual conversation with those in charge of real estate and development at some of the area’s leading health systems. There is no cost to attend.
The Philadelphia region’s health systems are in the middle of a building boom that accounts for more than $4 billion in new construction. From new hospitals to outpatient centers, these medical institutions are expanding their presence to serve patients and grow market share. Join the Philadelphia Business Journal for a conversation with those in charge of real estate and development at some of the area’s leading health systems to get an update on their projects, find out what their future plans are and how the pandemic, demographics and other issues are influencing development strategies.
Natalie Kostelni, Reporter, Philadelphia Business Journal
Allison P. Wilson-Maher, Penn Medicine, Vice President, Real Estate, Design and Construction
Clayton Mitchell, Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Facilities
Natalie Hagerty, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Senior Director of Facilities and Planning