Friday, June 27, 2014

USAP Extends Houston Coverage

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US Anesthesia Partners (USAP), an anesthesia-focused physician services organization, added another group of Houston providers to its physician services organization through a recent partnership.  

The new group of anesthesiologists / anesthetists will become the Northeast Houston Division of Greater Houston Anesthesiology - one of USAP's founding practices.This partnership extends USAP's coverage of the high growth Houston market.  New division providers will enjoy the benefits of USAP's resources as practices nationwide recognize the need to invest in IT and address other key care initiatives.  Read more

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Friday, June 20, 2014

American CareSource Scores Again…

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Not long after entering the "Urgent Care Game" with its acquisition of CorrectMed of Atlanta, American CareSource is making a pass at another clinic.  They're on the move with an agreement to purchase Bay Walk-in Clinic assets on Florida's panhandle.  Bay Walk-in Clinic is well-established in the Panama City area.  
American CareSource Holdings logoIn reference to the agreement, the American CareSource CEO said that this planned acquisition "...builds momentum for its move into the vibrant Urgent Care industry...”  A move...Dr. Richard W. Turner expects will be a WINNING one!   Read more

Monday, June 02, 2014

One More in NC for U.S. HealthWorks

U.S. HealthWorks strengthens its strong urgent care network and North Carolina presence with the acquisition of IndustriCareDr. Fabienne Ransom currently directs the operation of the Charlotte occupational medical center which was established over 17 years ago.  >>Read more

U.S. HealthWorks logoThe U.S. HealthWorks activity continues the 2014 interest in urgent care.  Consider last month's acquisition of two Georgia clinics by American Caresource.  The clinic's previous owner, CorrectMed, LLC, now operates as a subsidiary.   In April, Rite Aid acquired Houston-based RediClinic, a retail clinic operator.  Rite Aid's support will accelerate RediClinic's expansion plans.

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