Our Team

The team at Innovcare has been hand-picked to ensure that every employee has a passion and drive toward changing the healthcare real estate industry. Our team has multiple advanced degrees specializing in health administration, real estate, legal, accounting, property management, etc. We take pride in having dedicated employees that understand the complexities that come when health care and real estate cross paths.


The principals and team at Innovcare are unique in bringing their previous health care acumen into the real estate market, not the other way around. This allows for the complex situations surrounding healthcare real estate to be solved in the most efficient way possible. The principal partners of Innovcare have developed, maintained, leased, constructed, and operated over one million square feet of healthcare real estate assets in their history. This real estate experience includes working with facilities such as medical office buildings, ambulatory surgery centers, specialty centers, FQHCs, labs, imaging centers, and primary care offices. The Innovcare team is passionate about health care and committed to resolving complex projects while fostering lasting relationships.

Tyson C. Chastain

Tyson C. Chastain

President - Principal

Tyson is the founder of Innovcare | Innovative Healthcare Real Estate, which is an affiliate of TWG Development. Over Tyson’s past nine (9) years in healthcare real estate related services, Tyson has been involved in many third party and wholly owned healthcare real estate development projects, including leasing, dispositions and acquisitions. He also is involved in predevelopment, development, pre-leasing, market analysis, and owner and tenant relations.

Tyson has several years experience working with hospitals, healthcare organizations, community leaders, healthcare real estate developers and owners throughout Indiana, the Midwest, and the United States.

He has represented and worked with multiple healthcare real estate investment companies including American Healthcare Investors (AHI), PHT Investment Holdings, Grubb & Ellis Healthcare REIT Medical Portfolio, Duke Realty (DRE) REIT, HCP Inc (HCP) REIT, Sante Realty Investments, etc. He has provided strategic real estate advice to numerous hospital organizations including Indiana University Health, Franciscan Alliance, Parkview Health, Ascension Health. Community Health Network, Lutheran Health Network, and Wishard (Eskenazi) Health Services.
Tyson Chastain attend Indiana University Bloomington from 2001-2005 and Indiana University Purdue University from 2006-2009. Tyson is originally from Muncie, IN where he attended Delta High School. Tyson and his wife, Gwen Hobley Chastain, currently live in the Historical Old Northside located in Indianapolis, IN.

Tyson was Student Body President of Indiana University Bloomington 2004-2005. Tyson was involved in many aspects of Indiana University through working with the Indiana University Trustees, Bloomington Faculty Council, Student Fee Review, Indiana University Student Association, Athletic Committee, Student Trustee Search and Selection Committee, Student Activity Board, Indiana Brain Drain Committee, etc.

During his administration Tyson and his staff were essential to the passing of IU Bloomington “Universal Transportation”, the “Student Athletic Fee”, and writing the student code of conduct.

Tyson received his B.S. in Health Administration from Indiana University (2005) and a Master of Health Administration from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (2009).

Tyson was in Acacia Fraternity, where he served as the Vice President from 2003-2004 and social chair 2003-2004. Tyson was involved in many other University positions during his time at Indiana University.

Outside of his academic and work pursuits, Tyson is involved with The Penrod Society. Tyson is also involved with Indiana University Health Methodist Foundation Inspiring Leaders Program which he was a founder of the program. Tyson is involved in his neighborhood where he served as Treasurer of the Chatham Arch Neighborhood Foundation from 2011-2013. Through this organization he has been involved in many activities to restore the historical preservation of the neighborhood and improve Marion County and Indianapolis. He is a mentor for a former Indianapolis Metropolitan High School student. Tyson’s student mentee and friend just started his second year at IUPUI.

Tony Knoble

Tony Knoble


Tony Knoble is a principal of the Innovcare | Innovative Healthcare Real Estate. Tony has developed and constructed over $500 million real estate assets. His responsibilities include overseeing development activities and structuring the financing for Innovcare projects. Tony is also a principal partner of Innovcare’s affiliate TWG Development.

Mr. Knoble graduated from Indiana University Kelley School of Business in the spring of 2006 earning a B.S. degree in Accounting and Finance with a specialization in Real Estate.

Tony is currently a committee member of the Cathedral High School Building & Grounds Committee, a board member of the Good House, and a recent inductee into the Penrod Society. He has previously been on the Mapleton Fall Creek CDC Housing Committee and a member of the Housing Committee for the Super Bowl Legacy Project. Mr. Knoble also works approximately five hours per month on the business of The Warriors’ Heart, Inc. assisting with finance matters.

Tony is married to Maureen Shiel Knoble and they have 2 children, Simon and Estelle.

Andrew Stevenson

Andrew Stevenson


Innovative Veterans Affairs Real Estate’s CEO and Owner, Andrew Stevenson, has over fifteen (15) years of combined patient care experience in various roles from administrative support to performing surgical procedures. He joined the United States Navy out of high school in 2001; and, has worked with military and veteran concerns since. His work with Veterans has led him to partnering with Tyson Chastain of Innovcare and starting Innovative Veteran Affairs Real Estate, LLC. The opportunity allows Andrew to have tangible impact on the care of Veterans through improving access and quality through real estate development. His unique expertise with Veterans Affairs and being a disabled combat veteran gives Andrew an acumen that no one beside a disable veteran can bring to the real estate industry. Innovative Veterans Affairs Real Estate, LLC is majority owned by Andrew Stevenson, a disabled veterans. Through his partnership with Tyson Chastain, Innovative Veterans Affairs Real Estate, LLC has the total package of acumen, resources and, first hand understanding of Veteran care as both a healthcare provider, real estate developer and consumer. Innovative veterans affairs real estate provides healthcare real estate development, property management, maintenance, and other related healthcare real estate services.

As a Navy Hospital Corpsman Andrew provided medical support to the Marine Corps during his deployment to Iraq in 2004. Serving our country honorably and receiving many medals, ribbons, and awards from the Navy, Marine Corps and Army. He was then sought out by Cubic Applications Inc. as a medical and tactical subject matter expert. he developed and conducted training courses designed to prepare deploying troops for medical emergencies they may encounter based on real-time information from engagements abroad as well as his experiences in Fallujah.

In 2016, Andrew graduated with Honors from the Byrum School of Business at Marion University in Indianapolis. He received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in management. A degree he currently uses as an Operations Manager for Touchpoint Support Services. As an operations manager

Recently, Andrew spent eight years working at the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in multiple roles. He was involved in a number of committees for Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Hospital, Indianapolis Indiana, to include: Psychiatry Executive Committee, Staff liaison for Mental Health Advisory Committee, Community Outreach Committee, and a panel member for Indiana University’s Medical School’s Grand Rounds on Veteran Culture in Healthcare. Andrew was also the Co-Chair of the 2015 Indiana Veterans Affairs Mental Health Symposium, a Prevention and Management of Disruptive Behavior Instructor, and has a LEAN Green Belt (healthcare) VA-CASE (Veterans Affairs Center for Applied Systems Engineering) all of this experience in meeting the needs of the VA health system provided insight into how the government procures contracts as well as what is required to fulfill them.

Justin Collins

Justin Collins

Chief Operating Officer

Justin Collins became involved in the real estate and accounting industries in 2006.

He was born on October 28, 1982 and grew up in Fort Wayne, IN. Mr. Collins graduated from Ball State University in 2005 with a B.S. degree in Accounting and then earned a Master’s degree in Accounting in 2006.

Mr. Collins joined Dauby, O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC (DOZ) in July of 2006 specializing in rental real estate audits and tax returns. His primary responsibilities at DOZ were to review financial statements, tax returns, partnership agreements, and low-income housing tax credit applications.

In March of 2012, Mr. Collins left DOZ to join TWG Development, LLC, a full-service real estate development company based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Mary Hauser

Mary Hauser

Senior Property Manager

Mary Hauser has been involved in commercial asset and property management for over twenty five years. During her career, Mary has managed in excess of five million square feet in office, healthcare, industrial and retail throughout the State of Indiana and Midwest region.

While earning a B.S. in Marketing from Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis, Ms. Hauser was employed by Browning Investments, Inc. in 1987 as a member of the property management team servicing their prominent Indianapolis developments which included Capital Center, Pan American Plaza and 300 North Meridian. In 1991, she transitioned to the construction industry working for Shiel Sexton Company as a Marketing Coordinator in their Marketing Division. This role was foundational in that these four years at Shiel Sexton allowed for the gain of a vast knowledge of the construction industry from development, site work and building construction later used during her asset and property management years.

Returning to asset and property management, Ms. Hauser worked the last fifteen years for cross industry clients including Community Hospitals Anderson Ambulatory Center, Outpatient Services medical office buildings and Urgent Care Center (now Community Health Network), Carmel-based Indiana Spine Group, Covance/LabCorp, the City of Indianapolis and Walmart to name a few.

She holds a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM®) Designation, a Certified Property Manager (CPM®) Designation, USGBC® LEED AP® Legacy Certification, State of Indiana Principal Broker License and a State of Indiana Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor. She is the 2015 CCIM Indiana Chapter President-Elect and sits on the CCIM National Legislative Committee, is Immediate State Past President of IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management), was awarded the Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors (ICBR) 2011 Industry Professional of the Year Award, 2011 IREM CPM® of the Year and received a national honor from IREM in 2013 for “Women Changing the World of Real Estate Management.”

Ms. Hauser is a graduate of the United Way Leadership Executive Series Program, serves on the Advisory Board of Prevent Child Abuse Indiana and Chairs the 4K Matt Breman Run for Kids, is a member of the United Way Facilities Maintenance Fund Committee, a member of the Outreach Committee for Indiana Prevention Against Human Trafficking (IPATH), an Advisor for Restored Indiana and an Indiana Ambassador for Shared Hope International.