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2018 LARGEST PROVIDERS


TOP 8 LARGEST REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT TRUSTS (REITS) BY SENIOR LIVING INVESTMENT VALUE Rank Company 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Welltower Ventas HCP Inc. Senior Housing Properties Trust New Senior Investment Group National Health Investors Sabra Health Care REIT LTC Properties Inc.


Trading Symbol


WELL VTR HCP SNH SNR NHI SBRA LTC


Senior Living Investment Value


$17.1 billion $16.2 billion $7.2 billion $4.5 billion $2.6 billion $2.2 billion $1.5 billion $0.8 billion


Total U.S. Units


62,398 Not


disclosed 37,745


29,795 15,513 11,897 7,927 5,289


Total U.S. Properties


611 676 286 266 133 148 103 101


Chief Executive Name/Title


Thomas J. DeRosa, CEO & Director Debra A. Cafaro, Chairman & CEO Tom Herzog, President & CEO


Jennifer Francis, President & COO and Rick Siedel, CFO


Susan Givens, CEO Eric Mendelsohn, President & CEO Richard K. Matros, Chairman & CEO


Wendy Simpson, Chairman, CEO & President


moderate model will not only help that group but open up a service model for more that can’t aff ord us today.” Pusateri is also concerned about meeting his customers’ expec-


tations. “We need to look at what those who will approach their early to mid-80s expect,” he said. “We all know what it is: Choice, in dining, in programs that go far beyond bingo and bridge, and participation within the community at large. My parents are 80 and I have been in the industry for 27 years, and they have not yet seen what they would settle for. The word ‘settle’ strikes me, as they perceive they will have to do that. The future needs to look like not ‘settling.’ I am not sure any of us have discovered what that looks like yet, but we are going to work at it until we do.”


LaSalle will continue to use research to plan for what comes next.


The future, according to Warren, is more of what’s happening now, “but to the power of 10. We’ve only begun to see the leading edge of baby boomers. Coming demand for independent living, assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing will be enormous. Expecta- tions for more individualized and better-quality care will be higher, too, as Generation X and millennials join the decision-making process. It’s a tremendous opportunity for our industry, but with formidable challenges. How do we integrate with the larger health care delivery system? How do we grow a skilled and committed workforce? How can we provide more and better at reasonable cost and acceptable margin? We’re looking at truly evolving the industry, and it begins today with out-of-the-box thinking.”


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