Building and Owning Arizona Healthcare Facilities

Doctors and physicians may expand their medical practice and build and own medical facilities often in alliance with a hospital or management service. Jaburg Wilk healthcare attorneys have been involved in the creation of facilities and alliances including:

  • diagnostic imaging centers
  • extended care facilities
  • endoscopy suites
  • radiation and medical cancer centers
  • cardiac catheterization labs
  • ambulatory surgical centers
  • recovery care centers

When a healthcare provider is in the process of building or developing a facility, many parties are involved who have disparate interests. It is important to hire an attorney who understands the businesses and objectives of all of the participants in the process and the potential problems that may arise. Our attorneys have extensive experience both in the business world and in the healthcare industry, and we provide legal services in a wide range of areas of law as each applies to the business of medicine.

Our commitment to forging long-lasting relationships with our clients means that we continue our representation until the facility opens and remain available to assist our clients with any disputes or problems that may arise after the facility becomes operational.

We are committed to providing exceptional and hands-on legal representation, counseling, and advice to physicians, practice groups, and other healthcare providers regarding a number of issues related to facility development. These matters include, but are not limited to:

  • Purchase or lease of the physical facility land or space, including both transactional and litigation support
  • Contract and other agreement drafting and negotiation, including design, construction, and equipment agreements
  • Government and regulatory compliance, including zoning, building codes and permits, disability provisions, and environmental regulations, and compliance with Medicare facility and ownership requirements
  • Contractual disputes, including those that arise with designers and contractors
  • Creation and development of joint ventures
  • Compliance with federal and state regulations regarding medical facilities, including complying with disability provisions