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Drive expands presence in UK, pediatrics


PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive Medical made two acquisitions this week.

Drive Medical becomes more Specialised


PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. – Drive Medical has acquired U.K.-based Specialised Orthotic Services (SOS), a manufacturer and distributor of specialized seating and mobility products.

Has there been a free fall in M&A activity by the nationals?

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

You bet, says Dexter Braff.

In this latest sneak peek of The Braff Group M&A Insider, which will appear in the September issue of HME News, we take a look at deal trends by the nationals from 2001 to 2013.

Permobil buys TiLite in bid to become ‘solutions company’


LEBANON, Tenn. – Permobil has acquired Pasco, Wash.-based TiLite in a move that the two companies believe creates a “dream team” in the complex rehab market.

“It’s the best of power and manual,” said David Boninger, vice president of communications for TiLite.

Quantum Rehab buys Stealth Products


EXETER, Pa. – Quantum Rehab, a Pride Mobility Products company, has acquired Stealth Products, a Burnet, Texas-based manufacturer of complex rehab technology components and accessories.

Alliqua buys Choice Therapeutics


LANGHORNE, Pa. – Alliqua, a provider of advanced wound care products, has acquired Choice Therapeutics for $4 million in stock and cash.

Numotion strengthens presence in Milwaukee


ROCKY HILL, Conn., and ST. LOUIS – Numotion has acquired the mobility division of Accessibility Home Medical and Rehab, a Milwaukee-based provider of mobility, respiratory and DME.

Aeroflow expands into South Carolina


ASHEVILLE, N.C. – Aeroflow Healthcare has acquired Easley, S.C.-based Air-Care Home Health, extending its footprint into Greenville, Spartanburg and surrounding areas.

The M&A Insider

Thursday, February 13, 2014

You may have noticed that The Braff Group Index on our Databank page in the print issue looks a little bit different these days.

AxelaCare acquires ARC Infusion


LENEXA, Kan. – AxelaCare, a specialty home infusion provider, has acquired Los Angeles-based ARC Infusion, bringing its number of total pharmacies to 15, according to a release.