Paladina Health, a Denver-based direct primary care provider, has signed an agreement to acquire Healthstat, a Charlotte, N.C.-based provider of onsite and virtual primary care.
Paladina currently operates 120 clinics in 19 states. Through the Healthstat acquisition, Paladina will add 230 clinics in 13 additional states.
“Paladina Health and Healthstat share a common mission and vision to transform healthcare in America, and this integration expands our reach, scale and expertise to pursue our commitment on a truly national level,” Paladina Health CEO Chris Miller said in a news release. “Combining our companies makes both of us stronger and represents a huge step forward in fixing America’s broken healthcare delivery model.”
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