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Q3 2023 Emergency Medicine Services Update

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Q3 2023 Emergency Medicine Services Update

M&A activity within the Emergency Medicine Services (EMS) sector remained robust in the third quarter across all three sub-sectors. Q3-23 presented a few consistent trends which included the hospital systems’ willingness to expand convenient access points through stand alone urgent care centers as well as large emergency and urgent care platforms deepening their footprints further into rural markets. Emergency Care Partners (“ECP”), an emergency medicine platform backed by Varsity Healthcare Partners and Regal Healthcare Partners, completed two acquisitions in the Florida and South Carolina markets, marking the ninth and tenth practices to partner with ECP and grow its market share into a new state. The transactions highlight the acquisitive nature of PE-backed platforms. The healthy activity in the sector demonstrates the continued EMS sector interest by the investor and strategic communities following a modest 2022 in terms of deal volume.

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