Healthcare property management to match your standards

We acknowledge the unique aspects of managing property within the healthcare industry where resources are limited, and the quality of service needs to reflect the highest standards to assist occupiers comply with CQC requirements and investors maintain an image that attracts further investment.


From conception to completion

Our healthcare property management team provide property management and service charge consultancy during the development phases to ensure there is a seamless transition from development to occupation and the required services are budgeted costed and procured.

Our services range from the basics of rent collection and service charge administration, property, estate and facilities management, managing risk and regulatory compliance, to asset management and strategic advice to maximise operational efficiency and effectiveness to ensure tenant and patient satisfaction.


  • Having worked with Aitchison Raffety for a number of years, they are viewed as an extension of our business. They have always had very approachable and knowledgeable employees who have professionally implemented any area of works required to help manage our Primary Care portfolio of properties.


Healthcare Property Management

We remove the burden of all practical and logistical elements of occupying and owning healthcare properties, so healthcare professionals can concentrate on providing top-level care to their patients.

Ready to talk?

Our specialist team of healthcare property surveyors are ready to step in and help you navigate the challenges of managing your surgery premises. It starts with a conversation. Give us a call or drop a message in the contact box to get started!

  • Healthcare Property and Estate Management
  • Facilities Management and proactive management of repair and maintenance
  • Service charge consultancy
  • Dedicated technology investment for smooth day-to-day running.
  • Medical portfolio investment advice and guidance.
  • Acquisition and disposal of property investments.

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