**** This conference is being produced by The Capital Roundtable, Americas leading conference organization focusing on need-to-know information for professionals in the middle-market private equity community.For more information about The Capital Roundtables 25 annual We offer excellent speaking, marketing, and business development opportunities to reach the middle‑market private equity community.
Able Strangers Advantage Capital Akeida Capital Alignment Holdings A Ridge Capital Altus Capital Partners Amerra Capital Anagenesis Capital Arbiter Partners Arrowpoint Partners Balance Point Capital Boathouse Capital Brock Capital Group Brookside Mezzanine Capital Southwest Capital Spring Cockrell Interests Cohn Reznick Cortland Capital Market Services Credit Suisse Asset Enterprise Center FBR & Co. Gerson Lehrman Gores Holdings Gotham Orient Grand Crossing Heritage Group International Finance Jump Start Kian Capital Partners Kidd & Co. Luebbers, Plante Moran John Mc Kernan, Riverside Company Arel Meister-Aldama, Sprout Health Group Robert B.
Locke Lord Magna Management Mc Guire Woods Medley Management Meridian Investments Merit Advisors Monroe Capital MVP Capital Partners New Spring Capital Next Point OFS Capital Patriot Capital PEF Services Pepper Hamilton Pine Street Capital Plexus Capital RCP Advisors RF Investment RSM US SJF Ventures Small Business Investor Alliance Spring Capital Staebler Associates Star Mountain Capital Stonebridge Partners Sullivan & Cromwell TD Bank NA THL Credit Advisors Triangle Capital U&S Services U. Small Business Administration USA Funds Valesco Industries VRC | Valuation Research Corporation Wedgewood Investment Group Westminster Capital Ann B. Nolan, Halyard Capital Management LLC Matthew Pettit, MCP Capital LLC John L.
Experts predict more mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures.” They do and they have, for decades. Joseph’s-Piedmont merger would be the largest (at this writing) consolidation of its kind in Georgia, which has seen two dozen different hospital system mergers, acquisitions or consolidations since 2000, in which about $750 million has changed hands.
These range from the $1.1 million sale of Minnie G.
Boswell Hospital in Greensboro to Pacer Health Corp. Joseph’s for $3 million two years later) to the Medical Center Hospital Authority’s combined $149 million acquisition of two nearby hospitals in Columbus, in the spring of 2008, to this year’s $7 million purchase of Banks-Jackson-Commerce Medical Center by Restoration Healthcare.
“Yeah, it certainly is a trend,” says Brad Guest, an Atlanta-based principal with BDC Advisors, a national healthcare consulting firm.
We make every effort to announce substantive changes by email to registrants at least 48 hours in advance.
We offer excellent marketing and business development opportunities to reach the middle‑market private equity community.
Harry Eichelberger is managing partner and founder of Archimedes Health Investors, a New York-based private equity firm focused on the healthcare industry. degrees from the University of California, Berkeley.