HCA is in the process of purchasing Mission Health, a North Carolina-based nonprofit health system, for $1.5 billion. If the sale goes through after customary legal and regulatory requirements are met, it will extend the Nashville-headquartered company's presence to 21 states, in addition to facilities in the United Kingdom.
AxiaMed, based in California but with an executive office in Nashville, recently raised $12.4 million primarily led by Health Enterprise Partners from New York but also with funding coming from several other investors including Nashville Capital Network.
Brentwood-based Urgent Care Group recently acquired seven MEDcare Urgent Care clinics in South Carolina.
Last month, Community Health Systems, Inc. announced the company had completed the sale of substantially all of the associated assets of 425-bed Munroe Regional Medical Center in Ocala, Fla., to Florida Hospital Ocala, Inc., a subsidiary of Adventist Health System Sunbelt Healthcare Corporation.
Nashville-based Montecito Medical Real Estate recently acquired the Boston Children's at North Dartmouth medical office building in Dartmouth, Mass. The 15,020 square-foot facility is one of eight satellite offices for Boston Children's Hospital.
RCCH HealthCare Partners has acquired Trios Health in southeast Washington. The $78 million purchase is a joint venture between RCCH and UW Medicine, which is part of the University of Washington.
Trilliant Health, a Nashville-based healthcare analytics company, recently announced completion of Series A financing of over $12 million, consisting of more than $7 million in new equity capital led by Noro-Moseley Partners with participation from existing investors Martin Ventures, Nashville Capital Network and NueCura Partners.
Brookdale Senior Living recently elected Rita Mills-Johnson, the former CEO of UnitedHealth Tennessee, to the corporate board.
Brentwood-based SpecialtyCare recently acquired Precedent Health, a local competitor in the neuromonitoring sector.
TwelveStone Health Partners, the chronic care medication services company based in Murfreesboro, has landed $4.3 million from Claritas Capitol. This second round of investment from Claritas will be used to fuel expansion efforts with its packaged pharmacy, infusion center and technology platform business lines.
In late July, NaviHealth CEO Clay Richards shared the intention to add 400-500 new employees over the next 18 months as the post-acute care company looks to enter 20 new markets by this time next year.
Hospice, home health and personal care provider Amedisys, which maintains its executive headquarters in Nashville, has entered into an agreement to purchase Massachusetts-based personal care company Bring Care Home.