Make real estate decisions that positively influence the quality of care, and improve the performance of inpatient and outpatient healthcare facilities.
Manage healthcare facilities
Run facilities, plant operations, and properties to reduce operating costs, improve compliance, mitigate risk, and create a positive experience for staff, patients, and families.
After benchmarking your performance, implement strategies to reduce energy consumption and operating costs. For new developments and renovations, design buildings and spaces that earn sustainability certifications.
Manage developments & projects
Pursue ground-up developments or renovations that deliver both a return on investment and a positive experience for patients and their families. Prioritize projects with capital planning – evaluating scope, budget, business strategy, and risk.
Plan for transitions
For renovations and new developments, assess medical equipment needs, manage procurement, and establish a transition plan. As you relocate, get support with logistics, planning, move phasing, and post-occupancy needs to provide a seamless experience for staff and patients.
Transform with technology
Collect and organize fragmented information to transform your operations data into real-time, mission-critical knowledge. Use these insights to deliver on compliance expectations, understand and optimize your space use, improve facilities management, and more.
Buy or sell healthcare facilities
Healthcare real estate
JLL in the
JLL’s Richard Taylor explains how data-driven occupancy planning supports safety.
JLL Healthcare leaders offer thought leadership and best practices for keeping MOB’s safe and clean.
JLL's Jay Johnson discusses changes in healthcare real estate and facility management.
JLL’s George Mills discusses how to drive workflow efficiency and cost savings through new CMMS features.
Parkview Regional Medical Center’s new facilities
Parkview Regional Medical Center worked with us to build a $536 million state-of-the-art hospital. The project was completed a month early, $11 million under budget.