We understand how healthcare companies work—the complexities of the revenue cycle, the importance of compliance, the way finances and operations intertwine.
We fit each piece of the puzzle together to make you more efficient and more profitable. CapStar typically services for-profit healthcare companies with revenues between $10 million and $100 million. Our experienced bankers will work with you to create solutions that benefit payers, providers and patients alike.
- Senior debt financing
- Treasury management
- Coordinating and leading “club” deals
- Syndicated loans
Call one of our Heathcare Bankers below to get started.
Mark D. Mattson
Executive Vice President Mark D. Mattson holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Tennessee Technological University and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Mays Business School at Texas A&M. He has more than 25 years of banking experience. Mark was instrumental in creating CapStar’s credit policies and credit administration infrastructure prior to its opening in 2008. Before joining CapStar, Mark was a managing director at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, where he was responsible for new business development in the healthcare sector throughout the U.S. Mark began his banking career as a management trainee at First American National Bank (now Regions Bank) and advanced to become one of the group’s senior lending officers.
He has been involved in a number of leadership roles in the Nashville community including Junior Achievement, Young Leaders Council, the Kidney Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Leadership Franklin, the Risk Management Association and the Downtown Nashville Lions Club. He is president of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the Risk Management Association and serves on the board of the national Risk Management Association. He and his wife live in Franklin and have two adult children.
After earning his Bachelors degree at the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State University, Zac worked in commercial real estate before transitioning into banking where he has spent the past eight years. His banking career includes experience in credit underwriting and portfolio management across commercial and healthcare segments.
Knowing a reputation is a hard thing to earn, but an easy thing to lose, Zac treats all customers, regardless of size, with the professionalism they deserve. Originally a Music City transplant, Zac put down roots in Nashville nearly a decade ago and is proud to call it home.
William Benson, Portfolio Manager with the Healthcare Group, was a Senior Healthcare Credit Underwriter who had also worked in consumer banking before coming to CapStar. A native Nashvillian and graduate of Montgomery Bell Academy, William received his Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Risk Management and Insurance from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business.
William serves on the Young Alumni Board at his alma mater and enjoys coaching basketball and football in the West Nashville Sports League and Southwest Nashville Football League. William is making a difference in the lives of young people. And here at CapStar.
David applies his 20 years of healthcare experience developing and nurturing relationships with business owners and company executives across multiple healthcare verticals. As a seasoned former healthcare executive, David understands the changing healthcare landscape and how our lending and treasury management services can be tailored to fit your needs.
A Chattanooga native, David nonetheless loves Nashville because its southern charm and hospitality is augmented with all the modern conveniences of a much larger city. From a professional perspective, he enjoys working in the healthcare capital of the world where “new start-ups are addressing some of healthcare’s biggest challenges alongside the largest for-profit healthcare system in the country, with thousands of companies in between.” He finds Nashville’s entrepreneurial spirit and seasoned track record of success exciting.
He's a member of the Nashville Healthcare Council, Leadership Healthcare, the Risk Management Association and the Healthcare Financial Management Association. As for down time, he volunteers at Room in the Inn, follows SEC football, and enjoys trying Nashville's newest restaurants and heading to the beach with family.