HEALTHCARE PRIVATE EQUITY
ZT Corporate’s investments in healthcare are built on the idea of physician empowerment and community healthcare. ZT Corporate’s investments in healthcare are built on the idea of physician empowerment. It is part of our core philosophy to operate our healthcare facilities in an efficient manner, enabling physicians to focus on taking excellent care of patients. This allows us to eliminate the frustrating inefficiencies of traditional healthcare systems and stay true to our goal of providing Texans with high-quality healthcare.
Our ever-growing venture into healthcare private equity stems from our commitment to investments typically not affected by stock market movement. The healthcare industry has always been a central part of the economy, easily surpassing other private equity investment sectors. The increasing demand for healthcare and the dynamic nature of the industry provides limitless opportunities for investors. Consequently, healthcare acquisitions have become a popular private equity opportunity for investment firms around the United States. Our healthcare origins began with one imaging company and vastly expanded into a network of specialized healthcare systems.
Patient visits in 2020
Our clients can have confidence knowing that when they invest with our healthcare portfolios, they will benefit from an industry poised for growth. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have refined our portfolio and narrowed our focus into areas that turn a profit. Throughout Texas, our vast portfolio includes three hospitals, six outpatient emergency centers, and three freestanding emergency centers.
ZT Corporate Chairman and CEO Taseer Badar grew up around healthcare professionals, and this close relationship with members of the medical community played a role in his eventual decision to incorporate Altus Community Healthcare into the ZT Corporate family of entities. When Taseer created ZT, he was determined to find investment opportunities and wealth management approaches outside of the traditional marketplace. He wanted to be innovative while securing a higher level of control and ownership.
What began as a retail brokerage firm, offering asset management services to physicians needing help investing their money, has since broadened to include several inclusive and specialized categories. He focused his investments on areas that would not only provide exponential growth for the company but also provide essential services to the communities. Healthcare private equity offered all of this and more.
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Years of Empowering Physicians