We had the good fortune of connecting with Trisha Talbot and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Trisha, can you talk to us a bit about the social impact of your business?
I believe, in general, that a clinician started their career path with the intention to help and heal people. Then, they invested years of training and student loan debt to be able to teach us to maintain our health, prescribe solutions to combat infections and viruses, treatment when we have chronic medical conditions and when necessary surgical expertise to open our bodies and fix something that is wrong. My gifts in this life is not being medically trained to help people. I do believe we live in a world where technology and science are at a level to provide basic healthcare to anyone in the population that wants it and we have cured some major ailments that caused diseases that we no longer have to endure.

I want to help those that do have the training and gift to help and heal people. My role is to help healthcare companies and investors work together to offer facilities where clinicians can serve patients. Healthcare real estate development is mission critical and demand driven. It has a purpose for existing and its purpose is not something that can be replicated online or move to the home. Medical real estate needs to be positioned to serve the delivery of healthcare services

Alright, so for those in our community who might not be familiar with your business, can you tell us more?
In my profession I am constantly eager to learn and get better every day. Absorbing from other people, companies, processes, every transaction I figure out how I can do things more effectively and efficiently, even if it was successful. Even a successful transaction was not smooth. Healthcare real estate is set on a positive trajectory. No matter what is going on in the world, and we are going through a lot right now, people need to be treated for infection, viruses, broken parts and chronic disease. I hope there is a focus on preventative maintenance and even performance enhancement in order to prevent the former.

There are so many lessons I have learned but the one I continue to remember is that failure and rejection isn’t final. In many ways it says you needed to bring something else to the table before being ready for the opportunity or it wasn’t meant to be.

At Doc Properties, we are here to help. We can make the process smoother, more efficient and less time consuming for our clients. We make decision making easier for them.

If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Camelback Mountain Drive to Flagstaff, then south to Sedona, Cottonwood, Jerome.

If during sports seasons: Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Cardinals or an ASU Football, Baseball, Softball or other sports game.
If between October through May the arts scene is filled with plays and the ballet. A great night is dinner and Pizzeria Bianco then over to the venue in downtown.
The Phoenix Metro area has so many entertainment districts depending on where you are staying. Downtown Scottsdale is the most known, then there is Downtown Tempe, Downtown Phoenix, the culinary district between 7th Street and 7th Avenues, the Glendale entertainment district by the Cardinals Stadium, Downtown Gilbert and the Desert Ridge area in north central phoenix and the Kierland area of north scottsdale.

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