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James D. Bremner  



James D. Bremner President & CEO of Bremner & Wiley Inc./Bremner-Duke Healthcare Real Estate, a healthcare facility development and management firm in Indianapolis

Jim is responsible for the overall leadership and direction . He is “hands-on” in his leadership abilities for the development, management, and acquisition of healthcare facilities. In addition to his daily responsibilities, he is involved in all phases of the development process, including feasibility analysis, site selection, scope definition, physician relationships, leasing, and construction.

Under his guidance, Bremner & Wiley has become one of the leading healthcare facility development and management companies in the Midwest. Jim has been actively involved in developing numerous real estate projects since 1981. Since 1998, he has developed over $120,000,000 in healthcare facilities.

Prior to Bremner & Wiley, Jim was a partner and President of a commercial real estate firm, Revel Companies. They offered a f ull range of commercial real estate services including office, retail, and industrial leasing and brokerage; and property management services for apartment complexes, office, retail, and industrial properties.

Healthcare Development Highlights are: St. Vincent’s Health - The Heart Center of Indiana; Sisters of St. Francis - St. Francis Hospital; Clarian Health - 9 Facilities; Orthopaedics Indianapolis; Witham Hospital; Health Care Property Investors; Develop Healthcare Facilities.

His educational background: Asset Management Education Purdue University – 1977 / B.S. in Management. Professional Affiliations American College of Healthcare Executives

He is on the Board of directors of: Park Tudor School/Board Member 2006-2007 Vice President; Monroe Bancorp the Bloomington-based holding company of Monroe Bank/Director since 2004; Denison, Inc.; Educational Choice Charitable Trust of Indianaplois and The Cardiovasc ular Education Foundation of Indiana.






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