Torrey McClary has structured and negotiated some of the most prominent and complex health system deals in the United States in recent years. She represents academic medical centers, nonprofit and for-profit hospitals and health systems, technology companies and REITs in mergers and acquisitions and other transformational transactions. Clients count on Torrey’s deep health care and deal experience for their highly regulated and innovative deals.
Torrey’s practice focuses on acquisitions, strategic affiliations, joint ventures and restructurings across the health care continuum. She is sought after for her creativity and successful implementation of transactions utilizing a variety of deal structures, including asset purchases, membership substitutions, joint operating agreements, integration and affiliation agreements and long-term leases. Torrey is also expert in the legal and operational issues affecting the health care, academic and research relationships of universities and their medical centers.
Torrey has led several major hospital acquisition and disposition transactions, including the first-ever acquisition of a private hospital by a state health care system in New York. She recently formed a high-profile statewide health care alliance between a major academic medical center and the state’s largest community health system. Torrey also managed one of the largest academic medical center spin-offs from a high-profile university in Tennessee.
Torrey is often quoted on trends and developments in health care in national outlets such as The New York Times and Forbes, and in industry publications such as Becker’s Hospital Review and Modern Healthcare. She is a frequent author and speaker on health care transactions and related issues. Torrey is listed as a Top 100 Woman Lawyer in California by The Daily Journal and was named as a Top 50 Woman Lawyer by the National Diversity Council.
She has a BS from University of California, Berkeley and a JD from New York University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in California and DC.