Philip J. Camp Managing Director, New York
Mr. Camp brings over 20 years of professional experience and leadership to the team at Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC.
Mr. Camp brings over 20 years of professional experience and leadership to the team at H2C Securities Inc. Over those years, he has served as a trusted advisor for a multitude of healthcare organizations, REITs, developers and other owners of healthcare real estate on transactions involving medical office properties and portfolios of all types of healthcare real estate assets throughout the country.
Prior to launching H2C, Mr. Camp was a Managing Director at Shattuck Hammond Partners, where he led the firm’s healthcare real estate group for over 10 years and served on the firm’s board and the management committee. His responsibilities included: advising clients in executing real estate transactions, such as sale/leasebacks, developer selections, and single asset and portfolio dispositions; raising both debt and equity capital; and providing merger and acquisition services to companies in the real estate industry.
His clients include many of the most recognizable hospital and healthcare systems nationwide with properties located in almost every state in the country. In addition to hospital organizations, he has advised many seniors’ housing companies, as well as the nation’s top REITs, real estate developers and a broad range of companies that own and/or lease significant amounts of real estate. Prior to joining Shattuck Hammond Partners, Mr. Camp was a founding member of Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal’s National Real Estate Capital Markets Group, where he specialized in the execution of healthcare real estate transactions nationwide.
Prior to his tenure with Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal, Mr. Camp acquired development property as a member of the land acquisitions group of K. Hovnanian Companies, a top 10 publicly-traded development company, and practiced architecture with an east coast firm as a licensed architect in the State of New York.
Mr. Camp received his B.S. and B. Architecture, from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School.