• Healthcare Finance

    We offer comprehensive lending solutions and advisory services to companies across the healthcare industry.

  • Healthcare Finance

    CIT Healthcare Finance offers comprehensive lending solutions and advisory services to companies across the healthcare industry. We specialize in cash-flow loans, asset-based lending, real estate financing, and working capital lines of credit.  

    Healthcare Products & Services:

    • Cash flow loans for buyouts, acquisitions, refinancings and recapitalizations 
    • Arranging and syndicating multi-lender facilities 
    • Asset-based loans 
    • Real estate financing 
    • Working capital lines of credit
    • Equipment Financing  

    Commercial Real Estate Key Areas of Focus:

    • Services (home health, hospice, dialysis, etc.)
    • Facilities (hospitals, long-term care, behavioral)
    • Physician practice and outpatient (ASC, hospital services, dental, dermatology, anesthesia)
    • Medical products / devices
    • Pharmaceutical products and services
    • Healthcare information technology

    Our Advantages:

    • Multiple financing platforms
    • Deep relationships with healthcare companies and private equity sponsors
    • Annual conference to broaden client company exposure to investors and industry executives
    • Ability to understand unique client issues and design flexible healthcare lending solutions
    • Collaborative partner on strategic initiatives and acquisition targets
    • Deeply experienced healthcare lending professionals serving multiple sectors
  • Select Commercial Finance Transactions

    CIT combines its deep expertise in creating financing and treasury management solutions with outstanding execution and service, helping our clients achieve their full growth potential. See our latest accomplishments: Tombstone Collage

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