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Mergers & Acquisitions

We continually evolve to provide exceptional service to clients and maintain alignment with dynamic healthcare sectors.

Provident’s Merger and Acquisitions Services prioritize the delivery of a tailored transaction strategy with a goal of maximizing shareholder value, from both an economic and philosophical perspective. We are dedicated to understanding all facets of a desired transaction, leveraging our extensive industry perspectives and relationships, and crafting ideal solutions. As a trusted partner in this process, Provident offers deep transactional experience while aligning its interests with the client.

Trusted Guidance

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Dedicated Deal Team:

Senior-level attention with decades of cumulative healthcare experience ensures a smooth path to closing.

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Finding the Right Partner:

Provident’s longstanding healthcare industry relationships allow our team to comprehensively advise organizations on evaluating potential partners, whether strategic or financial, that will unlock the most value for shareholders.

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Educational Approach:

The Provident team places a unique emphasis on shareholder education to ensure that our clients confidently understand all aspects of a transaction.

Dr. Miles Gresham

“Provident comprises an excellent team of advisors and is very methodical in finding the right partner for its clients. Each gastroenterology practice is different, as is each private equity group; Provident took the time to fully understand what makes our practice unique and then paired us with a like-minded partner while always keeping our best interests in mind. The team provided guidance and support during this transition and never once put pressure on us to partner with a group if we felt uncomfortable,” stated Dr. Miles Gresham, President of Southeast Gastro.