MECHANICSBURG, Pa., June 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Select Medical Corporation (NYSE: SEM) today announced that it has entered into a series of transactions that will result in the company operating seven new critical illness recovery hospitals, licensed as long-term acute care, and eight new outpatient clinics through acquisitions and new joint venture partnerships. The transactions are subject to regulatory approval and expected to close by Q3/Q4 2021.
"We are excited to embark on these new joint ventures and acquisitions to bring world-class post-acute care to both existing and new markets across the country," said David Chernow, president and chief executive officer of Select Medical. "These deals underscore the focus and success of our strategic growth model to expand our continuum of care through partnerships with premier health care systems that share our mission to deliver the highest level of clinical and operational excellence to the patients, families and communities our hospitals serve."
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Select Medical has signed definitive agreements to acquire Acuity Healthcare. Acuity Healthcare owns and operates four long-term acute care hospitals and one satellite serving regions in New Jersey and West Virginia. The acquisition also includes four joint venture partnerships with AtlantiCare, Mon Health, Virtua Health and physician partners. The five acquired hospitals will be rebranded as Select Specialty Hospitals. Each facility will remain in its current location in Atlantic City and Willingboro, NJ, and Morgantown, Wheeling and Weirton, WV.
Select Medical and Northwest Healthcare, a subsidiary of Community Health Systems, have signed a joint venture partnership to acquire Curahealth Tucson, a 47-bed long-term acute care hospital. Under the agreement, Select Medical and Northwest Healthcare will relocate the hospital to Northwest Medical Center in September 2021. The hospital will be rebranded as Select Specialty Hospital – Tucson Northwest.
Expanding its presence in Nashville, Select Medical has entered into a joint venture partnership with Ascension Saint Thomas to establish a new 30-bed critical illness recovery hospital inside Ascension's Saint Thomas Hospital West. It will be branded Select Specialty Hospital – Nashville West and be a satellite hospital to Select Specialty Hospital – Nashville, a 70-bed critical illness recovery hospital that has served the region since 1998.