Home Health Care News November 19, 2020
Joyce Famakinwa

Private equity-backed Eventus WholeHealth recently acquired Doctors Making Housecalls (DMHC), a home-based primary care provider. The deal further highlights the growing interest in home-based primary care seen throughout 2020.

Charlotte, North Carolina-based Eventus is a physician-led medical provider for residents and patients of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. Aside from North Carolina, the company operates in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and South Carolina.

Founded in 2002, DMHC is a Durham, North Carolina-based provider that makes 160,000 visits annually to homes, assisted living communities and individual businesses. The company is a multi-specialty group of physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.

Once merged, the two organizations will have over 550 clinicians and employees. The company will provide primary care, specialty care and...

 
Topics: Home, Mergers & Acquisitions / JV, Patient / Consumer, Physician, Primary care, Provider, Trends
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2020-11-19T22:55:24-05:00