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MSC BioMedical acquires Repair Authority

MSC BioMedical acquires Repair Authority

MSC BioMedical acquires Repair Authority

FORT WORTH, Texas – MSC Biomedical Services has acquired Repair Authority to form an HME repair service provider that services all 50 states. 

In the near term, MSC Biomedical and Repair Authority will continue to operate independently. 

“This deal unites two of the oldest and most well-respected HME repair companies in the U.S.,” says Jonathan Hadley, CEO of MSC Biomedical Services. “This acquisition solidifies MSC Biomedical as the definitive market leader in our space by repair volume, technician count, dealers supported, total square footage and customer satisfaction. This is the first step toward creating a true national repair network.” 

The combined company, which will continue to provide repairs of stationary and portable oxygen concentrators, CPAP and BiPAP devices, ventilators and other home respiratory equipment, holds Authorized Warranty Service Center contracts, including contracts with Philips Respironics, ResMed, Invacare, Drive DeVilbiss, Nidek Medical, O2 Concepts and CAIRE. 

The company will service HME dealers out of four locations in Fort Worth, Texas (MSC), Houston (MSC), Colorado Springs, Colo. (MSC), and Strongsville, Ohio (Repair Authority). 

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to join forces with a company with a reputation as stellar as MSC Biomedical’s,” says Jesse Keirn, CEO of Repair Authority. “Together, we’ll have a footprint that reaches across the United States, allowing us to serve large national and regional HME dealers, as well as smaller independent providers.”  

In addition to Hadley and Keirn, the executive team for the company will include Dan Meyer as chief revenue officer and Jason Ziebro as COO, the same positions they held at Repair Authority prior to the acquisition. 

Terms of the deal are undisclosed.


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