AccentCare has acquired Southwestern Health Care at Home by Chicago’s private equity firm, Geneva Glenn Capital, the company announced Monday. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
The Southeastern addition moves the post-acute health care provider AccentCare to Virginia and the Greater Philadelphia home health care market. The Southeast also provides palliative care, hospice and mobile primary care services.
“The two organizations have a long legacy of close alignment with renowned health systems and physician groups seeking coordinated and collaborative post-acute partnerships.” Steve Rodgers, CEO of AccentCare, said in a statement. “We look forward to bringing our combined expertise and evidence-based learning to improve the continuum of home care for families and providers across the Mid-Atlantic.”
Southeastern has 12 locations in southeastern Pennsylvania and Virginia and serves more than 3,100 patients. AccentCare, based in Dallas, serves more than 200,000 patients in 31 states.
“From our first discussions with AccentCare leaders, it was clear that we have a common vision to provide exceptional care to our communities,” said Werner Freymann, who served as CEO of Southeastern, in a statement. “We are excited to advance home care as a member of the AccentCare family and what this means for the patients and families we serve.”