Investing in Exceptional People with Innovative Ideas to Transform Healthcare

Martin Ventures is the family office for healthcare executive, investor, and entrepreneur, Charlie Martin. Martin Ventures consists of a healthcare-focused venture capital firm, a shared service advisory company, and a boutique consulting company. Martin Ventures is also the primary funding source for both ROND Capital, a private equity firm and Medical Properties of America, Inc., a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).

We believe there is a boundless opportunity in applying integrative approaches that simultaneously improve care, improve health and reduce the cost of healthcare. Our team has extensive experience in operating and building hospitals and hospital systems, and in dramatically improving quality, safety, and the patient experience. We are looking to invest in entrepreneurs who share our vision of improving the health of individuals and populations through innovative healthcare technologies and services.

We are uniquely positioned at the intersection of Healthcare and Technology and look to build and invest in companies that can meaningfully affect at least one of the following opportunities:

  • Optimize Existing Healthcare Providers by helping hospitals, physicians and nurses to reduce costs, increase revenues, and gain new efficiencies
  • Innovate New Models of Care which ensure that care is delivered consistently in the most clinically-effective, cost-effective venue of care, which may range from hospital to home
  • Empower the Healthcare Consumer to be more informed and engaged in the control of their health and wellness
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Venture Capital

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Shared Services

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Consulting

 
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REIT

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Private Equity

 
Our collective belief is that it starts with We the People. We the People believe everyone in America is entitled to good healthcare. We the People have to take more responsibility for our health, our healthcare, and our spending.
— Charlie Martin on healthcare in the U.S.