The Pennant Group Acquires Texas Home Health Provider

The Pennant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: PNTG), the parent company of the Pennant group of affiliated home health, hospice, home care and senior living companies, today announced that it has acquired the assets of Cardiovascular Home Care, which provides home health services in Fort Worth, Texas.

The acquisition was effective May 1, 2021 and will operate under the name Custom Care Home Health.

“Having a strong hospice agency and a number of senior living communities in Dallas, we have carefully looked for the right opportunity to add home health services in the DFW area. This acquisition provides a strong platform for our local leaders to better address the needs of the community,” said Danny Walker, Pennant’s Chief Executive Officer. “Throughout our home health and hospice portfolio, there are dozens of opportunities like this to expand our services and be a solution for patients throughout the care continuum,” he added.

“This agency was founded by talented clinicians who believed in providing the highest standard of patient care,” commented Brent Guerisoli, President of Pennant. Noting that the agency admitted approximately 1,500 patients last year, Mr. Guerisoli added, “Their commitment to clinical excellence is demonstrated by their high quality ratings and strong market reputation. We are thrilled to welcome their talented team and look forward to continuing their tradition of outstanding patient care.”

Mr. Guerisoli reaffirmed that Pennant continues to pursue opportunities to acquire home health, hospice, home care and senior living businesses throughout the United States.

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