Kindred overcomes Gentiva objections, forges $1.8 billion acquisition to expand gigantic healthcare 'ecosystem'October 10, 2014
Kindred Healthcare has succeeded in its quest to acquire Gentiva Health Services. The companies announced Thursday morning they would combine to create the fourth-biggest healthcare provider of any type in the United States. The $1.8 billion deal was approved by the boards of both companies, ending Kindred's five-month hostile takeover bid for the home health provider.
Life Care Centers of America doubles-down on facility-based care, sells home health business for $10 millionJuly 18, 2014
Life Care Centers of America is shedding its related home health business in a $10 million sale to LHC Group Inc., the company announced.
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It's a rare day when we don't get a new press release touting the latest property merger or acquisition. Virtually all of them tend to memorialize participants who are trying to move up or move on.