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In brief: VGM and van Halem merge, Pride and Navitas partner

June 13, 2014HME News Staff

WATERLOO, Iowa - The VGM Group and The van Halem Group have merged, allowing the member services organization to offer “an array of mission-critical professional services” related to audits. “They are the recognized leader in the audit defense field and our members will benefit greatly from this association,” stated Van Miller, CEO and founder of VGM, in a press release. The van Halem Group is now a division of VGM. Its headquarters will remain in Atlanta, and Wayne van Halem...

Care Medical Partners, Medtrade, Pride Mobility Products, Univita, Van Miller, VGM Group, Wayne van Halem

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Roll up buys Care Medical Partners

June 10, 2014HME News Staff

LOS ANGELES - Patient Home Monitoring (PHM), a company focused on rolling up annuity-based healthcare service companies in the U.S. and Canada, has acquired Care Medical Partners, a Georgia-based HME provider, for about $5.5 million, according to a press release. Under the terms of the deal, PHM will acquire 100% of Care Medical in exchange for $144,243 in cash and 5,655,476 in shares of PHM at $0.26 per share. As part of the deal, PHM will acquire $3.15 million in medical equipment placed with patients....

Care Medical Partners, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Patient Home Monitoring, Roll up

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Norco acquires two providers

May 20, 2013HME News Staff

BOISE, Idaho - Norco, a full-line HME provider based here, has made two acquisitions in the Northwest, according to a press release. Care Medical is a respiratory and medical supply company with six locations in the Portland and Seattle region, and Walgreens Respiratory Services has four locations in the Seattle and Vancouver region. Norco adds 200 employees as a result of the deals; it already employs 950. Norco operates branches in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Washington and Wyoming....

Care Medical Partners, CPAP, Home Medical Equipment (HME), Norco, Walgreens Respiratory Services

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Complex rehab in 2012: A year for consolidation

December 14, 2012Elizabeth Deprey

Editor's note: This is the first in a three-part series. YARMOUTH, Maine - The national players in complex rehab have made a steady stream of acquisitions of well-known providers like Glass Seating and Mobility, Care Medical and Chesapeake Rehab—a development that leaves stakeholders to speculate over the implications. "The reality is, there is some consolidation going on," said Don Clayback, executive director of NCART. "You have companies looking to expand their presence and smaller...

Care Medical Partners, Chesapeake Rehab, Glass Seating and Mobility, Medstar, Mobility, NCART, PMD, U.S. Rehab

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USM to buy Care Medical's rehab, repair divisions

November 7, 2012HME News Staff

HAZELWOOD, Mo. - United Seating & Mobility (USM) has reached an agreement to purchase the rehab and repair divisions of Portland, Ore.�-based Care Medical Equipment, according to multiple reports. As part of the transaction, USM will add locations in Seattle, Olympia and Vancouver, Wash. Terms of the deal, expected to be completed Nov. 30, were not disclosed. The purchase of Care Medical comes on the heels of two recent acquisitions by USM: the Nov. 2 purchase of JeffQuip in Upper Chichester, Pa.,...

Care Medical Partners, United Seating & Mobility

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FBI targets third California provider

November 2, 2012Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - In what's becoming a regular occurrence, the FBI has raided another home medical equipment provider in California. Agents removed boxes and equipment from the offices of Right Healthcare on Oct. 26, according to local news reports. Right Healthcare did not respond to requests for comment. "The U.S. Attorney's office in Sacramento is being very aggressive in looking at HME companies in central California," said one source, who did not want to be named. "They are...

Care Medical Partners, FBI, Pacific Pulmonary Services, Right HealthCare

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