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Andrew Fogg Andrew Fogg is a partner at Cox, Castle & Nicholson.

Demand for urgent care facilities is spurring major activity, from new development to leases in retail centers. The Affordable Care Act—which gave more people healthcare coverage—has been the driving force of this new demand. The current political narrative around healthcare, and the many efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, could diminish that new demand, however. Andrew Fogg, a partner at Cox, Castle Nicholson, sat down with us for an exclusive interview to discuss the effects of healthcare legislation on the burgeoning urgent care market. For now, he says, landlords and developers aren’t concerned, but that could all change if healthcare repeal efforts succeed.

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