10 healthcare acquisitions in November

Here are 10 acquisitions of ASCs and medical buildings that occurred last month, as reported by Becker's in November:

1. A two-building medical office portfolio in Libertyville, Ill., was acquired by an affiliate of Stage Equity Partners. 

2. A 33,000-square-foot medical office building in Carmel, Ind., was acquired by Echo Real Estate for an undisclosed price.

3. Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente acquired 507,237 square feet of medical office space in Washington, D.C., for $198 million.

4. Rush Oak Brook (Ill.) Medical Center was acquired by joint venture partners Remedy Medical Properties and Kayne Anderson Real Estate. 

5. A medical office building in Pikesville, Md., was acquired for $34 million by a subsidiary of Houston-based Hines Global Income Trust, which has a portfolio totaling more than $94 billion. 

6. A 35,406-square-foot medical office building in Sterling, Va., a suburb of Washington D.C., sold for an undisclosed price to property management company Laramar Group. 

7. Virginia Hospital Center paid $21.5 million to acquire a six-story office property in Alexandria, Va., for use as an ASC and medical office building.

8. Montecito Medical acquired a 32,711-square-foot medical office building in Woodbury, Minn.

9. A 118,472-square-foot medical office building in Richardson, Texas, was acquired by healthcare investor Big Sky Medical.

10. The Oregon Health Authority approved a material change transaction that will transfer ownership of five ASCs in the state from Envision Healthcare to AmSurg after the company filed for bankruptcy earlier this year.

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