Targeted asset allocation focused on continuum of care

The Fund will invest in core and emerging healthcare infrastructure in Australia and New Zealand and take a pragmatic approach to sourcing quality investment opportunities to build scale and diversification.

CHP utilises its unique abilities to source organic pipeline opportunities and develop its own product with the Fund. We focus on providing the space for sustainable operator models in the healthcare continuum.

Core healthcare infrastructure

Health Hubs

Primary focus:
75% + target allocation

Day surgeries, administration, GP and primary care providers, ambulatory care clinics, diagnostic services & specialist outpatient facilities, pharmacy, pathology, radiology & allied health, typically in an integrated healthcare facility context.


Secondary focus:
Up to 20% target allocation

Sub-acute assets consists of inpatient and outpatient facilities that provide rehabilitation, mental health services or other prescribed treatments.

Life sciences / research

Secondary focus:
Up to 5% target allocation

Biotechnology, pharmaceutical, biomedical, university and other research facilities. Specialised facilities and/ or assets (e.g. carparks), typically co-located in a significant healthcare precinct.

Attractive sector underpinned by
strong demand drivers

Healthcare real estate commonly includes long lease terms, net lease arrangements, regular rental increases or indexation, significant tenant fitout and strong covenants.

Powerful demographic drivers for overall healthcare demand is impacting the value of healthcare real estate and driving its relative outperformance as a real estate asset class.

Increase in number of Australians aged 65 years and over expected to continue to drive higher healthcare spend.

Average life expectancy at birth is predicted to reach 88 and 90 years for males and females respectively by 2055.

Approximately 80% of Australians are living with long term health conditions, which require a higher level of ongoing healthcare than the general population.

Federal Government policies aimed at placing greater emphasis on primary and secondary healthcare facilities.

Drives higher healthcare utilisation and at higher costs.

Significant opportunity for scale & diversification

Increased securitisation

In Australia it is estimated that only $7bn of healthcare property is securitised. This equates to 0.30% of the Australian market
(compared to 14.3% in North America).

$7 bn

Current Securitisation

$95 bn+

Estimated Opportunity

$7 bn

Current Securitisation

$95 bn+

Estimated Opportunity
Ongoing sector consolidation

The Healthcare property sector is highly fragmented. Significant consolidation opportunities exist for early movers, where property managers can achieve scale efficiencies and enhance diversification benefits via targeted acquisitions.

Historically, large healthcare real estate property portfolios have been held by major hospital operators. To meet increasing demand, operators are looking for property owned and managed by third parties with specialist skills.

Investment Opportunities

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