Have a project in New Mexico that might be a fit for EB-5 Funding?

Depending on the economic impact to New Mexico and level of risk for our clients, we might be interested.  Contact Us

Each Facility will Offer

  • Extended Care
  • Rehabilitation and Transitional Care
  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Respite and Alzheimer's Care

Current eb-5 investor opportunity

Minimum of Three Skilled Nursing Facilities to be Built in New Mexico

The Rio Grande Regional Investment Center is seeking investors to partially fund a minimum of three new skilled nursing facilities in New Mexico.  The facilities will be constructed, owned and operated by On Pointe Health Development, a skilled nursing facility developer with over 30 years of development experience. Interested in learning more information?   Contact Us  

A New standard for skilled care

New Mexico Needs Skilled Nursing Facilities


The Rio Grande Regional Investment Center focuses primarily on the development and construction of new skilled nursing facilities. The American Health Care Association recently noted that managed care entities, insurers and lawmakers are looking to long term care facilities as a promising source of relief to an overburdened healthcare delivery system. This is primarily due to the significant cost savings that can be realized by utilizing care facilities other than hospitals.  Transitional and long term care is thought to reduce costs by as much as 60 percent when compared to hospital-based care costs, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.


As the baby boom generation ages, long term care is anticipated to grow dramatically.  Two thirds of sub-acute and long term care patients are older than 65 years of age.  In 2010, 13 percent of the total population in the United States was over 65 years of age. The older population in 2030 is projected to be nearly 20 percent of the total U.S. population.


‚ÄčIn New Mexico the population of residents age 60 or over will more than double from 2000 to 2030.  The state currently ranks 39th in the nation in percentage of population age 65 and older.  By the year 2030, the state will be 4th in the nation. 

Serving the State of New Mexico, USA