Lindsay Goldberg buys Women’s Care Florida

Lindsay Goldberg has acquired Women’s Care Florida, a multi-specialty provider of women’s health services in Florida. No financial terms were disclosed.


NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lindsay Goldberg announced that it has partnered with Women’s Care Florida (“WCF”), the leading multi-specialty provider of women’s health services in Florida. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in 1998 by a small group of physicians, WCF provides high-quality general OB/GYN services and sub-specialty care across 71 outpatient locations in 11 counties throughout Florida. WCF has over 230 healthcare providers who provide care for more than 350,000 patients annually.

Andrew Mintz, CEO of WCF, commented: “For nearly 20 years, Women’s Care Florida has sought to improve the lives of women every day and foster a culture that inspires excellence in our employees. We are thrilled that Lindsay Goldberg, who has a proven track record of partnering with families and entrepreneurs to patiently facilitate growth, recognizes the important role WCF plays in the lives of women, the passion of our dedicated people, and the growth opportunities we have identified. I am excited to embark on the next phase of our development.”

Christopher Laitala, Partner at Lindsay Goldberg, added: “Women’s Care Florida has distinguished itself in women’s healthcare by consistently delivering an exceptional patient-centered experience and unparalleled care. We have great respect for WCF’s culture of collaboration and operational excellence, and look forward to partnering with them to realize our shared goal of becoming the pre-eminent women’s health group in the nation.”

Ignacio Armas, MD, WCF Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board, stated: “Women’s Care Florida was founded on a shared a vision of creating an organization based on quality to deliver the best possible care to our patients. This vision continues to be the cornerstone of our entire organization, and partnering with Lindsay Goldberg will enable WCF to focus on delivering world class care and an exceptional patient centered experience for women in Florida and nationally.”

About Lindsay Goldberg
Lindsay Goldberg is a private investment firm with approximately $13 billion of equity capital that focuses on partnering with family-owned and entrepreneur-led businesses seeking a partner to help actively build their businesses. For more information about Lindsay Goldberg, please visit

About Women’s Care Florida, LLC
Women’s Care Florida is a multi-specialty women’s health physician group offering patient care services in obstetrics and gynecology, gynecologic oncology, gynecologic pathology, breast surgery, maternal fetal medicine, and numerous other lines of care. WCF has over 230 healthcare providers that care for more than 350,000 patients annually, performing more than 14,000 deliveries and conducting more than 450,000 obstetrical, preventive, and gynecological visits. WCF has 71 outpatient locations across Florida. WCF providers have privileges at 13 hospitals and are in-network with all major commercial payors. WCF was founded in 1998 by a small group of OB/GYN physicians and is headquartered in Tampa, FL. The organization has grown tremendously through the years by remaining true to its mission – “Improving the Lives of Women Every Single Day.”