Walden Behavioral Care, LLC, has acquired the Atlanta Center for Eating Disorders (ACE) of Dunwoody, Georgia, expanding its portfolio outside of the New England area.
The first priority for an equity investor is to perform the diligence necessary to uncover problem areas and ensure a return on investment.
BayMark Health Services, has completed its acquisition deals for AppleGate Recovery and Coleman Institute—two medication-assisted treatment providers.
Behavioral Health Group has acquired two addiction treatment programs in Georgia, its first entry into the state.
In northern Ohio, community-based Signature Health, Connections and ORCA House are merging, with Signature Health becoming the parent organization.
Atwell Care Management, LLC, has acquired Gray Wolf Ranch in Washington—a platform deal for the investment company.
Market disrupters can be cause for alarm or catalysts for fundamental change. You decide.
Global Partner Acquisition Corp. has entered into a definitive merger agreement with behavioral health company Sequel Youth and Family Services.
The changing behavioral health market might leave small, not-for-profit operators wondering how they can possibly compete. Experts suggest a new affiliation model.
US HealthVest has acquired the not-for-profit Ridgeview Institute in the Atlanta area. The deal adds 148 psychiatric beds to the portfolio.
After its stock price dropped to a 52-week low in early December, Universal Health Services, Inc. announced it had completed the acquisition of a U.K. facility for approximately $464 million.
Private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners recently sold Lakeview Health, based in Jacksonville, Fla., to The Riverside Company.
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