Mission Statement

Contemporary Healthcare Capital has focused on providing financing solutions solely to the seniors housing and post-acute care industries for nearly 20 years, which enable us to have a deep understanding of trends and challenges facing the industry at any given time.  We are more relationship driven than transactional as evidenced by multi-year clients who continue to utilize our services and products year after year.  We don’t adhere to “box lending” and uniquely tailor our loans and investments to meet the mutual needs of both our provider/borrower clients as well as our lending partners.

Recent Transactions


“Contemporary Healthcare has been a great asset for our company’s growth....”

Win Porter
President of Medical Development Corp


Our company purchases failing assets and then re-positions them. This work typically includes construction. Working with Contemporary has made this type of business possible.... 

Terri Waldroff


“I had the pleasure of working with CHC on our Market Street Memory Care new development project in Palm Coast, FL. ...”

Joan Williams 
CFO/Principal of Watercrest

Contemporary Healthcare

Chattanooga, Tennessee – Contemporary Healthcare Capital (“CHC”) announced today the closing of additional loans. See Press Release for more information

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Contemporary Healthcare Capital offers mezzanine loans for the acquisition, refinancing, construction and recapitalization to long-term care, senior living and healthcare service providers for facility-based companies.

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Contemporary Healthcare Capital, LLC will be at the 2018 Fall NIC conference held in Chicago, Illinois. See you there!  

Byron DeFoor, vintage race car driver, started Fifty Plus Racing Foundation with Brian Johnson, front man for the classic rock and roll band AC/DC, and a group of dedicated racers—all over the age of fifty with a passion for racing. The Fifty Plus Racing team debuted on the track in 2012 at Daytona International Speedway for its 50th Anniversary and competed for the last time in 2016 with the world’s best drivers on the demanding 3.56-mile road course. The Fifty Plus Racing Foundation raises money to support research to fight Alzheimer’s Disease and to support the families of people who are living with Alzheimer’s Disease.