As co-founder, partner, and CEO of HealthCap’s predecessor, The Cirrus Group, Mr. Hutchison has focused his attention on medical and healthcare-related developments since 199…
As co-founder, partner, and CEO of HealthCap’s predecessor, The Cirrus Group, Mr. Hutchison has focused his attention on medical and healthcare-related developments since 1996. Prior to forming Cirrus, Mr. Hutchison worked for Southland Real Estate Resources at its Las Colinas development where he served as Project Manager for the 400 rooms, 24-story Mandalay Four Seasons Hotel (now the Omni Mandalay). Later, Mr. Hutchison formed Trans Texas Investment Properties with which he developed over 1,000,000 sf of commercial office and retail space across the DFW Metroplex. Notable during this time was Mr. Hutchison’s landmark 500,000 sf, 24-story Trans Texas Tower (now Occidental Tower) in Dallas.
With The Cirrus Group, Mr. Hutchison guided almost 100 medical development projects in 14 states including ambulatory surgery centers, surgical hospitals, acute care hospitals, post-acute, rehab, and long-term hospitals, medical office buildings, primary care clinics, and other complex medical facilities. Included in this list are notable projects Park Cities Medical Plaza in University Park, Texas; Trophy Club Medical Plaza in Trophy Club, Texas; North Texas Medical Center in Denton, Texas; North Central Medical Plaza in Dallas, Texas; and several hospital and MOB projects in Southern California.
Mr. Hutchison earned a BBA from The University of Texas in Austin and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.
Additionally, Mr. Hutchison currently serves on the board of directors for Urgent Care for Kids.