Brentwood’s Acquisition of MD Now Medical Centers

MD Now Urgent Care was advised by Houlihan Lokey, and its legal counsel was Peter W. Klein, P.A. and Jones Day. Brentwood was advised by Financo, and its legal counsel was Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Golub Capital provided the debt financing supporting the acquisition.

Brentwood Associates, a leading middle-market private equity investment firm, announced it has acquired MD Now Holdings, Inc. from Brockway Moran & Partners, Inc..

MD Now Urgent Care is a leading urgent care operator with clinics located throughout Southeast Florida.

Founded in 2005, MD Now Urgent Care is the largest independent urgent care provider in Florida and offers a broad range of high quality medical care, including urgent care services, diagnostics and testing, occupational medicine, and physical therapy services. The Company’s physician-led model allows clinics to provide patients with high acuity medical services in an affordable, timely manner. Over the last thirteen years, MD Now Urgent Care has grown from a single clinic into an established platform across Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Indian River counties, becoming an integral part of the communities it serves and developing a loyal patient base and extraordinary reputation.

The Kirkland team was led by corporate partner Hamed Meshki (Picture) and included corporate associates Bianca Levin-Soler, Nathan Rahmanou and Michael Chung; tax partners Mike Beinus and Meredith Levy and associate Tristan Evans-Wilent; debt finance partners David Nemecek and Nisha Kanchanapoomi and associates Roger Lee and Christopher Raidy; labor and employment partner Richard Kidd and associate Jaclyn Schruhl; executive compensation partner Matthew Shiels and associates Frances Tompson and Alijah Arah; environmental transactions partner Paul Tanaka and associate Jenny Pierce; technology and IP transactions partner Matthew Lovell and associate Jeffrey Seroogy; employee benefits of counsel Jack Bernstein and associate Chris Chase; real estate partner Roberto Miceli and associate Daniel Cho; and antitrust partner Michael Thorpe and associate Kelsey Laugel.

Jones Day represented Brockway Moran & Partners, Inc. with a team led by Lisa S. Lathrop, Charles W. Hardin Jr..

Involved fees earner: Hamed Meshki – Kirkland & Ellis; Bianca Levin-Soler – Kirkland & Ellis; Nathan Rahmanou – Kirkland & Ellis; Michael Chung – Kirkland & Ellis; Michael Beinus – Kirkland & Ellis; Meredith Levy – Kirkland & Ellis; Tristan Evans-Wilent – Kirkland & Ellis; David Nemecek – Kirkland & Ellis; Nisha Kanchanapoomi – Kirkland & Ellis; Roger Lee – Kirkland & Ellis; Christopher Raidy – Kirkland & Ellis; Richard Kidd – Kirkland & Ellis; Jaclyn Schruhl – Kirkland & Ellis; Matthew Shiels – Kirkland & Ellis; Frances Tompson – Kirkland & Ellis; Alijah Arah – Kirkland & Ellis; Jack Bernstein – Kirkland & Ellis; Chris Chase – Kirkland & Ellis; Paul Tanaka – Kirkland & Ellis; Jennifer Pierce – Kirkland & Ellis; Matthew Lovell – Kirkland & Ellis; Jeffrey Seroogy – Kirkland & Ellis; Roberto Miceli – Kirkland & Ellis; Daniel Cho – Kirkland & Ellis; Michael Thorpe – Kirkland & Ellis; Kelsey Laugel – Kirkland & Ellis; Lisa Lathrop – Jones Day; Charles Hardin – Jones Day;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis; Jones Day;

Clients: Brentwood Associates; Brockway Moran & Partners, Inc.;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti