When asked about the company's specialization in hospitals, Aldag noted hospitals are at the top of the food chain when it comes to health care in America, so they're not affected by politics. He said the market for additional acquisitions for Medical Properties remains huge because there is still about $500 billion worth of hospital real estate left to buy. So what do hospitals get by selling their properties to Aldag and leasing them back from Medical Properties? Aldag said it's simple, the hospitals get to free up their investments and put that money to work elsewhere, making the decision to sell a win-win for everyone involved. Cramer said Medical Properties remains a terrific company with outstanding prospects for growth as well as a terrific, stable yield.
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