"It's What We Do ... It's Our Passion!"

Medical real estate development ... It's all we've ever done!

Helping hospitals and physicians since 1983!

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​​​Damian serves as President and relationship manager to ensure client expectations are met as the project services are rendered, and that the project is completed successfully to the client’s total satisfaction.

Mr. Donati has spent his entire 32+ year career in the medical facility industry. His diverse background includes the planning, design, development and construction of more than 4 million square feet of medical buildings across the country, including several years in senior level business development and strategic management roles.  Prior to forming DONATI Health Partners, Damian served as VP Strategic Relations with Lillibridge, one of the nations largest medical real estate firms.  His previous career experience includes senior level positions with national consulting, development, design and design/build firms, all specializing in healthcare facilities.  His first career opportunity was, while still in college, working as a medical space planner and consultant for a national MOB consultant based in Memphis, TN.

Damian earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from the University of Memphis, and contributed to the AHA sponsored book, “Hospital-Based Medical Office Buildings”.  He is a frequent speaker at medical real estate events nationally.

He loves to spend quality time with his family, plays racquetball, writing, and enjoys excursions to the north Georgia mountains.  


Bob Campbell is a 35+ year veteran of the healthcare planning and development industry. His career has included senior level leadership positions with nationally recognized firms including a national MOB consultant, a design build firm and a major national developer and owner.  Bob also managed his own firm, MedDesign Inc., for 15 years.  A pioneer in outpatient facility development, Drexel Toland & Assoc., gave Bob his start in the on-campus medical office building development industry.

Bob has overseen the planning, development and management of well over 4 million square feet of medical office buildings, clinics, health centers and ambulatory surgery centers ranging in size from a freestanding 6,000 square foot pediatric clinic in Fayetteville, Arkansas to a 12 story, 200,000 square foot medical office building / surgical center in Jackson, MS. He has worked with thousands of physicians from coast to coast solving their medical facility needs.  

Bob  has an Architectural Engineering Degree from the University of Memphis and served as a contributor to the AHA sponsored book, “Hospital-Based Medical Office Buildings”.  He attends and participates in numerous seminars, workshops and symposiums regarding such issues as ambulatory care, healthcare management and physician group practice design.





“My entire career has been devoted to the development of health care facilities of all types. I enjoy the project dynamics and challenges as well as the appreciation of the flexibility required in their planning. 

It is essential to incorporate a planning concept that facilitates the efficient movement of users to maximize throughput.  I have learned that experience, competency and integrity are paramount in achieving an end product that works efficiently and aesthetically for both the owner and user”.

"Having spent my entire career planning and developing medical facilities, I truly have a deep passion for this industry.  Over the years I have learned to befriend the physicians in order to gain the trust that helps me better understand their practices as well as their patients.  A good building will also serve as the vehicle for the physician to become more efficient and to see more patients in perhaps less square footage, with the goal of improving the overall provider revenues.  

It is very exciting to help lead a new firm like DONATI Health Partners, focused on strong customer service, efficiency, and flexibility providing the overall solution to a health provider’s complete real estate and facility needs.  And in the end, the patient is the real winner, with a better environment for health.”