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Last update 8 July 2023

Description of economic activities

Renting and operating of own or leased real estate (NACE2 6820)

It is a real estate investment trust that, along with its subsidiaries and joint ventures, invests primarily in real estate serving the healthcare industry in the United States. Established in 1985, the company is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol HCP. The US-based company has its corporate headquarters located in Irvine, California.It is the nation's largest real estate investment trust focusing primarily on properties serving the healthcare industry. The company has operations in Nashville, Tennessee, and Orlando, Florida, and its portfolio includes interests in 731 properties. It acquires healthcare facilities and leases them to healthcare providers, and provides mortgage financing secured by healthcare facilities. Its portfolio includes senior housing, including independent living facilities (ILFs), assisted living facilities (ALFs) and continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs); medical office buildings (MOBs); hospitals; skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), and other healthcare facilities, including laboratory and office buildings.It has interests in 337 senior housing facilities, including four properties in joint ventures. Senior housing properties include ILFs, ALFs and CCRCs, which cater to different segments of the elderly population based upon their needs. ILFs are designed to meet the needs of seniors who choose to live in an environment surrounded by their peers with services, such as housekeeping, meals and activities. ALFs are licensed care facilities that provide personal care services, support and housing for those who need help with ADLs yet require limited medical care. The programs and services include transportation, social activities, exercise and fitness programs, beauty or barber shop access, hobby and craft activities, community excursions, meals in a dining room setting and other activities sought by residents. CCRCs provide housing and health-related services under long-term contracts.It has interests in 260 MOBs, including 14 properties owned by joint ventures. These facilities typically contain physicians' offices and examination rooms, and also include pharmacies, hospital ancillary service space and outpatient services, such as diagnostic centers, rehabilitation clinics and day-surgery operating rooms. Acute care hospitals offer a range of services, such as operating and recovery rooms, obstetrics, radiology, intensive care, open heart surgery and coronary care, neurosurgery, neonatal intensive care, magnetic resonance imaging, nursing units, oncology, clinical laboratories, respiratory therapy, physical therapy, nuclear medicine, rehabilitation services and outpatient services. Long-term acute care hospitals provide care for patients with complex medical conditions that require longer stays and more intensive care, monitoring, or emergency back-up than that available in most skilled nursing-based programs.It also has interests in 69 SNFs. SNFs offer restorative, rehabilitative and custodial nursing care for people not requiring the more extensive treatment available at hospitals. HCP has investments in 30 healthcare laboratory and biotech research facilities. Its investments include physician group practice clinic facilities, health and wellness centers, and facilities used for other healthcare purposes.

  • United States of America (US)
  • Company type: Corporate
  • Parent company: N/A
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO): Mr Brian G. Cartwright
  • CEO Total remuneration: 333.305,578
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Social dialog

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Standards and certifications

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  • Policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplaces where the company operates: N/A
  • Policy to protect the right to health and safety in the workplaces in the supply chain: N/A
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Universal declarations

Declarations and treaties recognised by the country where the company has its registered office

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  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of CDFL Workers (Strasbourg Charter 1989):
  • Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union EU CFR (Nice Charter 2000):
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  • ILO C029 - Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29):
  • ILO C087 - Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention, 1948 (No. 87):
  • ILO C098 - Right to Organise and Collective Bargaining Convention, 1949 (No. 98):
  • ILO C100 - Equal Remuneration Convention, 1951 (No. 100):
  • ILO C105 - Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105):
  • ILO C111 - Discrimination (Employment and Occupation) Convention, 1958 (No. 111):
  • ILO C138 - Minimum Age Convention, 1973 (No. 138):
  • ILO C182 - Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, 1999 (No. 182):

Directives applied in the company offices in EU 27

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  • EP and Council D. 2005/56/EC: N/A
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Presence in main rankings

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