CRH Healthcare’s acquisition of SmartCare Urgent Care

Bass, Berry & Sims advised CRH Healthcare on the deal

CRH Healthcare (CRH), the parent company of Peachtree Immediate Care, and SmartCare Urgent Care executed the merger of their two urgent care networks.

This merger represents the consolidation of the two exclusive urgent care partners of the Emory Healthcare Network (EHN). The new combined urgent care network will total 25 Atlanta (and Athens, GA) area locations with three more scheduled to open later this year. With the exception of Athens, all locations will operate under the co-branding of Peachtree Immediate Care and Emory Healthcare Network. As the largest network of urgent care centers in Atlanta and Georgia, the centers treat over two hundred and fifty thousand patients per year and are within a 15-minute drive of 60% of Metro Atlanta’s 6.1 million residents.

CRH Healthcare, LLC acquires and operates urgent care centers. The company, led by William C. Miller Jr. and Andrea L. Malik Roe, owns and operates Urgent Medcare, comprehensive urgent care and occupational health practice centers; Peachtree Immediate Care, a chain of 18 patient-care clinics; and Patients First operates urgent care, primary care, and occupational health practices.

Bass, Berry & Sims advised CRH Healthcare with a team including Taylor J. Ashley, Philip F. Berg, Jeanne Marie Evans, Courtney Ginn, Nathaniel F. Greene, Jonathan T. Hasebe, Angela Humphreys (Picture), Michael A. Stewart and Craig R. Turner.

Involved fees earner: Angela Humphreys – Bass Berry & Sims; Taylor Ashley – Bass Berry & Sims; Jonathan Hasebe – Bass Berry & Sims; Craig Turner – Bass Berry & Sims; Philip Berg – Bass Berry & Sims; Jeanne Marie Evans – Bass Berry & Sims; Courtney Ginn – Bass Berry & Sims; Nathaniel Greene – Bass Berry & Sims; Michael Stewart – Bass Berry & Sims;

Law Firms: Bass Berry & Sims;

Clients: CRH Healthcare, LLC ;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti