Medical Facilities is committed to providing the highest-quality treatment and care at all our facilities. A key component in the recovery process is not only the treatment, but also the attention and amenities provided to each patient to enhance the quality of their stay. Our overriding focus is a personalized approach to patient care.
Medical Facilities’ business model has been developed to encourage physician owners to remain an integral part of their operations and non-owner physicians to practice at our facilities. Our surgeons and specialists have a direct say in the way each facility is run. They are supported by carefully selected and highly-skilled physician assistants and nurses. This means our surgeons and specialists can focus on the things that matter most: seeing more patients and delivering innovative, high-quality care.
Our facilities have relationships with an extensive list of payors that represent major payor groups, including private insurers, Medicare, Medicaid, and Workers’ Compensation. To remain competitive with traditional hospitals, our facilities work with all of our patients’ payors. Our objectives are aligned with those of payors, as our facilities and surgical teams work towards providing best-in-class treatments for patients while operating within the payors’ guidelines for reimbursement rates for services.
We are focused on promoting efficiencies and growth at all our facilities in order to continue building value for our shareholders. We are dedicated to increasing operating cash flows to support our quarterly dividend and provide a stable and secure income for our shareholders.

Medical Facilities capitalizes on the attractive industry fundamentals for alternative surgical facilities. We serve one of the largest and fastest growing sectors in the U.S. economy.

Demand for surgical services that our facilities provide is expected to be driven by overall population growth, an increasing proportion of older people, and expanded coverage under healthcare reform.

A key trend in the sector, growth in outpatient procedures, has been widely adopted throughout the healthcare system, enabling a larger number of surgeries to be supported by the same infrastructure. Alternative surgical facilities, such as those operated by Medical Facilities, are a key provider of outpatient procedures and now provide the majority of the operations.

Our surgical specialty hospitals are well-situated in geographic regions that have proven to be resilient against a challenging economic environment. In addition, the 65-years-and-over age group represents a higher percentage of the population compared with the national percentage.