LockeBridge Capital Partners has expanded its Healthcare Facilities & Services investment banking practice with the addition of four industry experts. 

LockeBridge clients range from early revenue companies raising capital to fund innovative healthcare IT initiatives to multi-billion-dollar international medical device companies seeking acquisitions and divisional divestitures to post-acute care facilities seeking to acquire, merge or divest. 

The new hires include:

David Carter, LNHA, who has been working with skilled nursing homes and healthcare operations since the mid-1980s. Carter’s mergers and acquisition advisory expertise is complimented by his experience as an administrator in 20 facilities across seven states as well as his leadership of numerous teams as a Regional Director of Operations. He also spent six years as a medic in the Ohio National Guard and is a graduate of The Ohio State University. 

Vincent Brown, who has held C-Suite leadership roles in several healthcare startups and owned management service organizations. Brown co-founded a healthcare technology company focused on chronic disease management and medical weight loss, serving as principal and senior vice president of strategy and business development. 

Rick Marciniak, an accomplished executive with a strong portfolio of successes driving strategy, revenues and innovation for both early stage and mature organizations ranging in size from $1M to $4B. He has more than 30 years senior management experience building and managing brand and marketing communications departments for international agencies and corporations. Marciniak is a former board member of the International Foundation for Chronic Disabilities and the Boston Chapter of the Family Firm Institute.

Chris Walls, with more than 35 years’ experience managing large operations and delivering complex services. He is a veteran healthcare executive and expert in healthcare IT and hospital and medical practice technologies and services. Walls has worked with Ardent Healthcare, Ascension Health and Anthelio Health Solutions in capacities such as President of Service Delivery and Global CIO. He has held board positions with Pulse Systems Inc., Venyu Inc. and Summit Technologies.