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Good company to work for. Stock options, creative thinking, forward approach to healthcare real estate. Great analytical capabilities and good marketing.
Public traded company....sometimes the "street" dictates too much of what should happen rather that normal real estate principles. Company needs more real estate expertise rather than MBA thinking.
Advice to Management
Find a less arrogant way to differentiate yourself from your competition. You are not the only one on the beach any longer and hospital want to do business with local real estate experts, not Wall Street minded spreadsheet jockeys. Embrace third party management opportunities for more income/revenue generation.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week – interviewed at Healthcare Realty (Nashville, TN) in September 2013.
Applied to the position on line after being recommended for the position by two friends (connections within the company). I received a phone call from the company to come in for initial meet and greet/interview. I arrived at interview 20 minutes early and was thoroughly prepared. Interview went exceptionally well and after I left I sent a thank you email later that afternoon. Three days later I followed up with a 30-60-90 day plan of personal goals for myself (in regards to the company) if I were to get hired. After not hearing anything from the company, I followed up with twice with phone call and once through email. They finally responded with a generic system automated email that they had given the position to a better qualified candidate. This was for an entry level graphic design position... I have a full portfolio and a 4 year BFA degree with the focus being in graphic design.
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Healthcare Realty Trust has the prescription for health care providers. The self-managed and self-administered real estate investment trust (REIT) invests in, develops, and manages medical office buildings, physician clinics, surgical centers, and specialty outpatient and inpatient rehabilitation facilities. It owns about 200 properties with more than 13 million sq. ft. of space in nearly 30 states. Healthcare Realty Trust also invests in mortgages backed by health care properties and provides property management services for about 140 health care facilities. The ...