• Eric J. Yetter

Women's Health Deals Are Heating Up


Even with the chilling effects of COVID-19, 2020 was the biggest deal year yet for private equity's investment in women's health practices (in terms of transaction count).


We counted eleven deals in 2019 and twelve in 2020. Those included a mix of large and medium groups - anywhere from three to approximately 80 physicians.


Shore Capital Partners was a notable entrant to the market with its acquisition of Denver, CO-based The Women's Health Group. Others may come in 2021.


Like Women's Health Group, most current platforms are looking to enter new geographies and build out their existing networks. Our conversations in 2021 suggest that trend will continue.


We are available to talk with practices considering a partnership with private equity, as well as those who simply want to learn more.


To learn more, download our latest women's health industry report entitled ...


"Q1 Women’s Health Deals with Private Equity Remain Steady. Investor Activity Indicators Suggest Growth Through 2021"


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