American HealthCare Services Association

January 2017

American HealthCare Services Association

American HealthCare Services Association, a Staffing firm based in Michigan, has been acquired.  The Braff Group served as the firm’s exclusive merger and acquisition advisor.

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Psychiatrists Only

January 2010

Psychiatrists Only

D&Y, a division of Team Health (NYSE:TMH) acquired Psychiatrists Only, a national physician recruitment firm specializing in locum tenens and permanent placement of psychiatrists.  Team Health, one of the nation’s largest providers of outsourced health care professional staffing and administrative services acquired Psychiatrists Only in order to expand and diversify their specialty coverage.

Specialty Medical Group

September 2008

Specialty Medical Group

September 2008; Specialty Medical, a leading internet based e-tailer of home medical equipment products and supplies was acquired by Guy Brown Products, a Tennessee based online seller of office supplies, furniture, and promotional merchandise.  The transaction leverages Guy Brown’s internet expertise and infrastructure and gives the firm a foothold in health care products and supplies.

The Letco Companies

August 2007

The Letco Companies

August 2007; The Harvard Drug Group, a portfolio company of HIG Capital, acquired The Letco Companies, a provider of turnkey solutions for pharmacies worldwide, specializing in respiratory and compounded, customized medications, as well as technology-driven diagnostics. The deal not only adds branded and generic respiratory medications to Harvard Drug’s array of product offerings, but it also opens up new distribution channels for its products and services.

ATS Health Services

October 2007

ATS Health Services

October 2007; ATS Health Services, a provider of temporary nurse and allied health staffing services to hospitals, physician practices, home care, and other health care service providers was acquired by Crdentia, a growing and diversified provider of health care staffing solutions.  With 8 offices in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina, the transaction fits nicely with Crdentia’s regional focus on Sun Belt markets.