This is Khang Lending’s focus!

We continue to show our support to you to get the funds you need for hospital acquisition, hospital construction, hospital rehabilitation and hospital refinancing. We pursue the best financing for each unique hospital building project and we look forward to providing loans for hospital construction, no matter what type of hospital building you are planning.

We specialize in financing medical facilities of all sizes throughout the nation and whether it is financing to construct a new facility, to purchase an existing one, or to refinance. For your medical facility financing needs, we can be a trusted source with our knowledge and expertise in the area.

Financing Information:

  • Loan amount from $2 million to a billion plus
  • Rate from 5%
  • 10 – 30-year term
  • Loan under $100 million: You need at least 30% down payment
  • Loan from $100 million up: You need at least 15% down payment
  • We also so EQUITY PARTICIPATION up to 85% of project cost for new construction. Project financing from $100 million up


Whenever you are ready to apply this loan with us, please email us:

  1. Project overview
  2. Project documents (Financial Operating Statement, Construction Plan, Permit…)
  3. A copy of your Driver License & SS# card (all borrowers)
  4. Corporation Docs
  5. The last two months of your bank statements (personal & business)
  6. Fund proof (Pre-paid receipts…)
  7. The last three years of your Tax Returns
  8. Personal Financial Statement
  9. Loan application package (we will email you)

Please send the documents to

We will give you a call when we receive everything we need to send you a quote.

For any other financing requests that are not listed here, we would like to discuss with you and will find a way to help.

We can be reached at (254) 292-9764, M-F, 9am – 4p.m.


#1 Cancer Rankings of America – The University of Texas MC Anderson Cancer Center

After two decades of existence, room occupancy at the prestigious University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center had reached capacity. An aging baby boomer population and a general need to provide state-of-the-art care to even more regional cancer patients called for expanding the specialty care facility.

Limited by real estate constraints and focused on making the absolute most of their construction dollars, some hospitals choose (or are forced) to expand up rather than out. That was the case for the MD Anderson Cancer Center Albert B. and Margaret M. Alkek Hospital expansion project; though, by most standards, this building endeavor was even more complex. The $240 million design-build project was not only a 12-story vertical expansion—it was also built on top of an operational 12-story hospital that is world-renowned for developing front-line diagnostic technology and treating cancer patients.

Located in the heart of the Texas Medical Center in Houston, the project consisted of adding 500,000 square feet of new vertical and horizontal space, renovating 50,000 square feet of existing space and constructing a new 24-story elevator tower next to the existing and continually operating 12-story hospital. Supporting the latest in medical care, the expanded Alkek Tower houses 240 inpatient rooms, a new pharmacy, facility support space, an observation deck, three shell floors with room for 144 future patient rooms and infrastructure to support the expansion.

#2 Cardiology & Heart Surgery Rankings of America – Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland, OH

Cleveland Clinic is a nonprofit, multi-specialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education.Today, with nearly 1,300 beds on Cleveland Clinic main campus and 6,026 beds system-wide. Cleveland Clinic become the best place for healthcare anywhere. $307M Researching Funding & $111M Federal Funding

Some facts about Cleveland Clinic Health System:

–  18 hospitals

–  220+ outpatient locations

–  6,026 beds

– 67,500 caregivers worldwide:

  • Ohio: 51,731
  • Nevada: 145
  • Florida: 10,055
  • Toronto: 199
  • London: 167
  • Abu Dhabi: 5,257

–  2.4M unique patients

–  884K Emergency departments visits

–  104 Accredited Training Programs

–  $10.56B: Operating Revenue

–  $390M: Income from operations

– $1.04B: Annual community benefit

–  $17.8B: Economic impact

#3 Ability Lab Rankings of America –Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

The AbilityLab, a $550 million, 1.2-million-square-foot research hospital under construction at 355 E. Erie, will be named the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab after the donation from the founder and former executive chairman of Aon and his wife.

Pat Ryan said the gift is the couple’s largest single gift ever but would not disclose the amount, nor would the RIC provide details. Recent naming gifts at major institutions, including the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, have reached the $100 million mark.

RIC President and CEO Dr. Joanne Smith said the donation from the Ryans will allow the RIC to increase its overall capital campaign goal to $350 million from $300 million by the end of 2017. Two months ago, it said the campaign had reached $213 million.