Jeff Land

SVP, National Real Estate Services

CommonSpirit Health

Jeff Land serves as System Senior Vice President of National Real Estate Services at CommonSpirit Health. Mr. Land is responsible for providing leadership in all areas of real estate strategy and transactions, joint ventures, energy and infrastructure, master planning, advisory services, and capital construction for CommonSpirit Health’s diverse healthcare portfolio.

Over the past 35 years, Mr. Land has led real estate, facility operations, portfolio oversite, and advisory practices for major firms such as EY Kenneth Leventhal, Bechtel Investments, and Dignity Health throughout the United States, Mexico, and, most recently, China. Mr. Land has been responsible for the successful operation of real estate portfolios including Bramalea Pacific, Transamerica, First Winthrop Corporation and Southern Pacific Development Company.

Mr. Land has served as a Board of Governor for the Academy for Healthcare Infrastructure, President of the Building Owners and Managers Association/Oakland, and on the School of Business Advisory Council, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California. He is a Life Trustee, Board of Trustees for the Building Owner’s and Manager’s Institute.

Mr. Land holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo as well as various designations from multiple industry associations.

CommonSpirit Health is a nonprofit, Catholic health system dedicated to advancing health for all people. It was created in February 2019 through the alignment of Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health. With its National Office in Chicago and a team of approximately 150,000 employees and 25,000 physicians and advanced practice clinicians, CommonSpirit Health operates 142 hospitals and more than 700 care sites across 21 states. In FY 2018, Catholic Health Initiatives and Dignity Health had combined revenues of $29.2 billion and provided $4.2 billion in charity care, community benefit, and unreimbursed government programs.