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The Innovations Group, LLC, To Host Seminar, 'Investing in Healthcare Real Estate,' on Thursday, August 15, 2019


The Innovations Group, LLC, a development design firm in Franklin, will host a free seminar, "Investing In Healthcare Real Estate," including a panel discussion on Thursday, August 15, 2019, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Raymond James, 801 Crescent Centre Drive, Suite # 600, in Franklin.

Eric Powers, president and chief executive officer of The Innovations Group, LLC, explains, "Our expert panel will discuss how physicians and healthcare providers, and other interested parties, can become strategic partners in the real estate for their physician practices or healthcare organizations. We will discuss how to build the right team, the importance of long-range planning for a complex project and how to ensure compliance with local and state regulatory agencies in the approval process."

Participating in the panel discussion will be Steve Akers, director of architecture, Integrous Group, Franklin; Winn Elliott, business analyst; Armando Estrada, development manager, The Innovations Group, LLC; Ellyn Jensen, area executive, First Citizens Bank, Nashville; Joshua Powers, property manager/construction manager, The Innovations Group, LLC; Josh Rhodes, Nashville Division manager, DeAngelis Diamond Construction; Jeff Smith, CPA, tax principal, Crosslin, PC, Nashville; Bill West, shareholder and attorney with expertise in certificates of need and other state and federal health care regulatory matters, Baker Donelson, Nashville; and Jonathan Williams, vice president, First Citizens Bank, Nashville.

To register for this free seminar, or for more information, call (615) 778-8828, ext. 210, or e-mail . The event will begin with a Meet & Greet at 5 p.m.; dinner and the presentation will follow from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Founded in 1998 by Eric Powers, The Innovations Group, LLC, (TIG) has been a leader in the development and design of many major projects over 22 states. Medical office projects are now an important part of the company's focus. The firm provides quality control in delivering turn-key developments for physician practices. TIG allows strategic partners, such as physicians, to participate in the capital investment, as well as being tenants in the building. TIG's attention to the needs of developments, such as medical, along with their commitment to timeless aesthetics, ensures creative and functional spaces.

For information about The Innovation Group, LLC, or Integrous Architecture, please contact Eric Powers at Innovations Group, LLC; 3310 Aspen Grove Drive, #302; Franklin, TN 37067; (615) 778-8828; e-mail or visit


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