From ever-changing laws, to expansion of healthcare access and growing patient demands, hospitals and healthcare providers need available capital more than ever. Adding to that, the pressure to contain costs while improving quality care puts restrictions on how much money hospitals can spend to improve patients’ health. Companies rely on this capital to survive and grow.
Blank Rome’s healthcare finance attorneys have extensive experience in structuring, negotiating, and documenting complex healthcare financing transactions that can help you achieve your business objectives.
Our attorneys counsel all types of healthcare providers (institutional, facility-based, and private practice), hospitals and suppliers (group and individual), pharmaceutical, and medical device manufacturers in organizational, structural, and commercial operations, as well as the large-scale lending institutions. In addition to representing healthcare operators and lenders, we serve as counsel to private equity funds and sources of venture capital in connection with investments in healthcare businesses.
With the continuing complexity of the legal landscape, healthcare clients benefit from the way our healthcare finance attorneys combine sophisticated commercial finance and lending experience with strong knowledge of contract, tax, real estate, securities, and healthcare law.
How We Can Help
- acquisition financing
- asset-based finance
- debtor-in possession financing
- equipment leasing
- leveraged cash flow loans
- mezzanine loans
- portfolio financing
- project financing
- revolver/letter of credit
- second lien term loans
What Sets Us Apart
- Chambers USA 2017 Tier 1 practice and individual attorney rankings for Banking & Finance.
- Sources tell Chambers that Blank Rome is: “A preeminent banking and finance practice that represents leading banks and lenders from across the region and country. Particularly well versed in complex financings in the middle and upper middle markets, and excels in asset-based finance, leveraged lease transactions and securitizations.”
- Members of the team have served as primary outside counsel to many healthcare specialty finance lenders, including Capital One, Merrill Lynch Capital, CIT Healthcare Finance (and its predecessor HealthCare Business Credit), Capital Source, Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group, Congressional Bank and Siemens Financial Services.