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Women’s Care Florida has found a buyer in private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg & Co, concluding a several-month sales process for the obstetrics company. Lindsey Goldberg is close to acquiring physician-owned Women’s Care Enterprises LLC through its fourth fund, a pre-merger filing on the FTC website shows. The New York firm closed Fund IV at $3.5 […]
Michael Bernstein, Robert W. Baird & Co, private equity, healthcare, autism, substance abuse
A global fund with a sweet spot in the lower middle market is a unique model that should bode well for Baird Capital as it pursues platforms in healthcare verticals like behavioral health, an executive of the firm said. Michael Bernstein, a partner of Robert W. Baird & Co’s private equity arm, said the firm […]
Vesey Street Capital Partners stands to make more than 10x its investment through the sale of Imedex, its first full exit, Buyouts has learned. Healthcare-services-focused Vesey sold Imedex just two years after buying the provider of medical education for oncologists. The buyer is HMP, a B2B healthcare-education and -events company backed by Susquehanna Growth Equity. The […]
Levine Leichtman Capital Partners is close to sealing a pair of new healthcare investments, pre-merger filings on the FTC website show. Beverly Hills, California-based LLCP is buying medical technology company Capsa Solutions LLC from Keystone Capital Inc through its Fund VI, according to a recently filed HSR early termination notice. Separately, LLCP through Fund V is acquiring […]
Private equity-backed healthcare IT firm Influence Health has retained Houlihan Lokey to explore a sale, Buyouts has learned. The process comes five-plus years after Silver Lake Sumeru acquired the company, then known as MedSeek, alongside Essex Woodlands Health Ventures and management. Council Capital exited its investment in connection with the May 2012 deal. The middle-market […]
CCMP Capital Advisors prevailed in the auction for Eating Recovery Center, a deal expected to produce a 4x return for exiting shareholder Lee Equity Partners, Buyouts has learned. New York-based CCMP’s winning bid concludes what was said to be a robust process conducted by Moelis & Co, resulting in a deal valued at $550 million to $600 […]
Palladium Equity Partners hired Houlihan Lokey to run what will represent its third sales process for Jordan Health Services, Buyouts has learned. Middle-market-focused Palladium nearly sold the home-care and hospice-services company in 2016 to turnaround-focused Blue Wolf Capital, following an auction conducted by Raymond James & Associates, Buyouts previously reported. Palladium turned to Jefferies in an […]
KKR, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, healthcare, private equity
PE giant opportunistic when it comes to sectors Relationship-building a key deal-sourcing element August buys: Envision unit, Covenant, PharMerica Jim Momtazee leads the healthcare investment team at KKR, one of the most active buyers in the sector in recent weeks. How has KKR’s healthcare investing strategy evolved over the past five years? The biggest change […]
Healthcare dealmaking has seen no summer slowdown. With healthcare-services transactions accounting for what PitchBook says is almost two-thirds of the more than 300 PE-backed deals through Aug. 8, the amorphous segment called pharma services has been a standout. The demand for such services continues to be fueled by drug makers, which are eager to deploy […]
Oak Hill Partners has tapped a pair investment banks to explore the sale of AccentCare Inc after successfully turning around the home-health-services company it scooped up about seven years ago, according to three sources familiar with the matter. The Menlo Park, California, PE firm hired JP Morgan Securities and Harris Williams to sell the company, but […]
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