Nex­tCare ex­pands to serve most of Ari­zona

Modern Healthcare - - REGIONAL NEWS - —Adam Ruben­fire

Nex­tCare Hold­ings, a Mesa, Ariz.based ur­gent-care and oc­cu­pa­tional med­i­cal ser­vices provider, has ac­quired three fa­cil­i­ties in Ari­zona, al­low­ing it to pro­vide ser­vices to more than 90% of the state’s pop­u­la­tion.

The com­pany an­nounced last week that it had ac­quired Troyer Ur­gent Care clin­ics in Flagstaff and Lake Havasu, as well as the Chino Val­ley (Ariz.) Med­i­cal Cen­ter. The Chino Val­ley lo­ca­tion also pro­vides pri­ma­rycare ser­vices and will con­tinue to do so fol­low­ing the ac­qui­si­tion. Terms were not dis­closed.

The ac­qui­si­tions are strate­gic for Nex­tCare, which now man­ages 35 ur­gent-care lo­ca­tions in Ari­zona, more than any other provider, ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease. The com­pany op­er­ates 123 ur­gent-care fa­cil­i­ties in 11 states.

Nex­tCare, which claims to be the na­tion’s largest pri­vately held ur­gent­care provider, is grow­ing quickly, hav­ing ac­quired or opened 23 clin­ics in the past 12 months.

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