Health Care Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can engage in developing, owning, and managing licensed, purpose-built healthcare facilities and the leasing of these facilities to clinical operators and healthcare service providers. The healthcare facilities can include senior house and retirement homes, post-acute centers, assisted living facilities (ALF), oncology centers, long-term acute care centers, behavioral facilities, independent living facilities (ILF), life science, medical office, physician clinics, surgery centers, outpatient health care services, assisted living communities, memory care communities, hospital building and clinics, specialty hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, dialysis clinics, and skilled nursing facilities (SNF) amongst others. Health Care REITs lease these properties to hospitals, doctors, healthcare systems, private regional and local care providers or other healthcare service providers and professionals.See Related Pages
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|Symbol||REIT Name||REITRating™ Score*||Sector||Type||Listing Status||Market Cap|
|CTRE||CareTrust REIT, Inc.||8.3||Health Care||Equity REIT||Public||Small-Cap|
|CLNY||Colony Capital||3.2||Diversified, Health Care, Industrial, Hotel||Equity REIT||Public||Small-Cap|
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