Mitchell J. Blutt is an American physician-businessman, one of the first physicians to play a prominent role on Wall Street by drawing on his medical training to identify investment potential in healthcare ventures. He is the founder and CEO of the New York-based healthcare investment firm Consonance Capital and the former Executive Partner of J.P. Morgan Partners, from which he retired in March 2004. He is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Department of Medicine at Weill Medical College and the Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University.
The home was formerly owned be Pete Peterson, founder of The Blackstone Group.
Mitchell J. Blutt