Prairie Village, KS (PRWEB) September 30, 2010
Nationally recognized hospital consultant Lee Greif was a featured speaker at the Medical Office Real Estate Symposium 2010, held on March 30 in New York City. Addressing the topic of “Creative Financing Solutions for Hospital Sale Leasebacks & New Hospital Development”, Greif leveraged his experience mentoring and guiding young professionals through YPO as he addressed attendees eager to learn more about maximizing the potential of existing hospital structures and healthcare systems, even while applying them to new development opportunities.
Greif, a recognized national authority on medical building development, served as chairman of the board for a 430-bed not-for-profit hospital for two decades. During his term, he spearheaded the development of a medical office building next to the hospital campus. This ambitious and ultimately very successful enterprise had a profoundly positive effect on the community’s efforts to develop a medical district offering varying levels of care in one location.
Throughout his career, Lee Greif has made his recognized expertise in real estate and business matters freely available by serving in a leadership or advisory capacity to a number of vital non-profit entities, including: the American Cancer Society of Johnson County, the Theater League Guild of Greater Kansas City, and the KCPT Public Television network. Greif is dedicated to taking risks in order to learn and grow, and equally as devoted to passing on the knowledge and wisdom he has gained to the next generation so that they can flourish in turn.
Participants in the Medical Office Real Estate Symposium 2010 were visibly inspired and energized by the end of their session with Greif. They emerged feeling better equipped to ride the next wave of exciting real estate developments on the horizon over the next 12-18 months.