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Team member nameKevin Palamara
Team member roleManaging Director
Kevin Palamara is a Managing Director at Provident Healthcare Partners, and has been at the firm since 2002.
Kevin maintains relationships with key industry consolidators and private equity firms to assess their growth and acquisition strategies. He is also responsible for seeking out strategic acquirers for all current clients, evaluating different acquisition opportunities and facilitating the negotiation process.
Over the course of his 15 years in the industry, Mr. Palamara has been particularly active in the areas of post-acute care (home health, hospice, personal care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation), behavioral healthcare, medical technology, outsourced clinical and pharma services, and physician practice services (clinic and hospital-based).
Kevin was also named a “40 under 40” by the M&A Advisor Awards, recognizing the nation’s leading dealmakers under the age of 40.
Prior to joining Provident, Kevin began his investment banking career at Prudential Securities before joining a boutique investment banking firm in Boston, where he began his work in the healthcare sector.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Bentley University.
Posts from Kevin Palamara
M&A in Durable Medical Equipment Market Trends and The Impact of COVID-19
M&A in Durable Medical Equipment Market Trends and The Impact of COVID-19 The Durable Medical Equipment (DME) industry has grown…Read more of this post.
WellCare Purchase Positions Centene for More MA Growth
WellCare Purchase Positions Centene for More MA Growth - Kevin Palamara and Jon Brown share some of their insight on…Read more of this post.
Consolidation, Innovation, Flexibility Will Shape Year for MAOs
Consolidation, Innovation, Flexibility Will Shape Year for MAOs - Kevin Palamara and Jon Brown share some insight with AIS Health…Read more of this post.
Hospice Topping Other Health Care Sectors on M&A
Hospice providers are charging ahead with merger and acquisition transactions this year despite taking a few financial punches from the…Read more of this post.