As part of Revista’s ongoing commitment to being a premier healthcare real estate industry resource, we welcome new Advisory Board members Erik Tellefson of Capital One Healthcare, Jon Sullivan of Texas Health Resources and Terry J. Wood of Kaiser Permanente. Revista’s Advsiory Board regularly reviews the data, reports and events to ensure that we prioritize our offerings and make them as useful to all stakeholders in the sector as possible.
Erik Tellefson is the Managing Director of Capital One, Healthcare Financial Solutions (HFS) Medical Office/Medical Properties Loan Originations segment. During his ten-year career at GE Capital now with Capital One, he has focused on Medical Office/Medical Property transactions and has experience with originations, structuring, valuation, and underwriting – most notably, with large complex portfolio transactions.
Jon Sullivan is Vice President of Real Estate Operations for Texas Health Resources, one of the largest nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States. The system has 25 acute care, transitional, rehabilitation, and short stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint ventured, or affiliated with Texas Health Resources located in North Central Texas. Jon is an industry veteran with 21 years of experience in medical real estate. His responsibilities include real estate acquisitions and dispositions, new medical office developments and the management of approximately 4.0 million square feet of system-owned or controlled medical and professional office space. Jon holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Abilene Christian University.
Texas Health Resources is one of the largest nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States. The system has 25 acute care, transitional, rehabilitation, and short stay hospitals that are owned, operated, joint ventured, or affiliated with Texas Health Resources located in North Central Texas.
Terry J. Wood is Vice President, Real Estate, National Facilities Services, Kaiser Permanente. He is responsible for Kaiser Permanente’s nearly 80 million square foot real estate portfolio, including more than 1,000 facilities, with a replacement value of $32 billion. He is accountable for developing industry leading tools, implementing strategy, and establishing industry best practices for all key functions within the Real Estate Division. He spent 19 years in the Canadian Military Engineers, serving throughout Canada, Europe, and the United Kingdom, retiring as a lieutenant colonel. He graduated with an Engineering degree from The Royal Military College of Canada and maintains his Professional Engineering status.
Kaiser Permanente, the largest owner of health care real estate in the nation, is committed to helping shape the future of health care. They are recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. Founded in 1945, they serve 11.3 million members in eight states and the District of Columbia.
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