NextCare Holdings, a Mesa, Ariz.-based urgent-care and occupational medical services provider, has acquired three facilities in Arizona, allowing it to provide services to more than 90% of the state's population.
The company announced last week that it had acquired Troyer Urgent Care clinics in Flagstaff and Lake Havasu, as well as the Chino Valley (Ariz.) Medical Center. The Chino Valley location also provides primary-care services and will continue to do so following the acquisition. Terms were not disclosed.
The acquisitions are strategic for NextCare, which now manages 35 urgent-care locations in Arizona, more than any other provider, according to a news release. The company operates 123 urgent-care facilities in 11 states.
NextCare, which claims to be the nation's largest privately held urgent-care provider, is growing quickly, having acquired or opened 23 clinics in the past 12 months.