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CORE, Frazier Healthcare Partners, orthodpedics, senior citizen, private equity, merger, M&A
Frazier led ’17 growth investment in Phoenix company CORE: 19 locations in AZ, eight in MI Segment has drawn minimal PE investment CORE Institute, one of the first orthopedic care groups to attract private equity investment, is gearing up for a sales process, according to people familiar with the matter. Houlihan Lokey has been engaged […]
Webster Capital, Bristol Hospice, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
Formation, Audax recapped hospice company in ’14 Auction to follow ~$1.4 bln sale of rival Curo Bay City, MI, company has 140 locations in 30 states Private equity-backed Hospice Compassus, one of the nation’s largest providers of hospice-care services, is prepping for a sales process, according to three people familiar with the matter. Jefferies has […]
Bain Capital, Double Impact Fund, healthcare, HealthDrive, senior citizens, merger, M&A
$390 mln social impact fund raised in July ’17 Second healthcare investment after Arosa+LivHOME Transaction follows Cain Brothers auction Echoing major themes supported by its large-cap fund, Bain Capital Double Impact is proving a devoted investor in healthcare providers serving some of the nation’s most vulnerable populations. Bain’s impact-investing arm said Jan. 3 that it […]
Baymark Health Services, Webster Capital, opioid treatment, addiction, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
Webster formed BayMark via ’15 merger of BAART Programs and MedMark Formal process expect to launch in second half of 2019 Lewisville, Texas, company encompasses 209 opioid-treatment programs across 32 states and Ontario, Canada BayMark Health Services, the nation’s largest network of clinics treating individuals suffering from opioid addiction, is gearing up for a sales […]
KKR. TPG, Veritas Capital, private equity, healthcare, mergers, M&A
Largest LBO: KKR’s $9.9 bln deal for Envision Largest carveout: KKR’s $2.4 bln carveout of AMR from Envision Largest secondary buyout: TPG, WCAS, Humana’s $1.4 bln buy for THL’s Curo Health Private equity continued to fuel billions of dollars of healthcare deal flow in 2018, with KKR, Veritas Capital and TPG behind some of the […]
Average healthcare-focused fund size raised in ’18: $261 mln $36 bln of industry’s $56 bln total dry powder is North America-centric Linden raises largest healthcare-exclusive fund, collecting $1.5 bln for Fund IV Led by three buyout firms, the healthcare private equity industry is on the brink of another record year of fundraising, according to Preqin. The healthcare […]
As 2019 approaches, indications of change are emerging in pockets of the private equity industry, but underlying industry dynamics ought to fuel a steady level of sponsor-led dealmaking for the foreseeable future. “It just feels like Groundhog Day continues, meaning the story is really the same,” said John Dickie, co-head of private equity USA at […]
Company expects to post 2018 Ebitda slightly north of $100 mln Shares are down ~30 pct YTD Competitor U.S. Renal concurrently weighs sale via Goldman Dialysis-services provider American Renal Associates is evaluating a potential sale, according to people familiar with the matter. The Beverly, Massachusetts, public company engaged Guggenheim Partners for financial advice, the people […]
Carlyle Group, Nautic Partners, Odyssey Behavioral, mental health, healthcare, private equity, merger, M&A
PE firm formed Odyssey in partnership with CEO Kardenetz in ’15 Deal concludes Moelis-run sales process Carlyle last year bought Newport Academy Carlyle Group acquired Odyssey Behavioral Health from Nautic Partners in a deal valued at about $200 million, according to people familiar with the matter. The deal closed in mid-November and was done through Carlyle’s […]
Healthcare, M&A, private equity, investment bank
Leonard Green investment dates to 2012; Frazier investment dates to 2011 Texas company accounts for 4-5 pct of U.S. dialysis market, after DaVita, Fresenius Largest markets: Texas, California, Georgia U.S. Renal Care, the third-largest U.S. provider of dialysis services, is evaluating a sale, according to people familiar with the matter. The company’s investor group, which […]

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