From urgent care to supportive housing, Riverside University Health System (RUHS) and healthcare real estate developer PMB think their new 445,000-square-foot Wellness Village will transform healthcare by integrating behavioral health treatment with medical care and social services.

The public-private partnership project, which is expected to be complete in 2026, is part of a growing direction in healthcare CRE investment and development.

In March, Didier Choukroun, founder of investment company SPHERE Investments — a project of Flagler Healthcare Investments — told that he wanted "to not only expand geographically, but we expanded the mission and repositioned the entire company."

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