Premise Health Buys IMWell Health
BRENTWOOD, TN: The leading worksite health and patient engagement company Premise Health announced today that it has acquired IMWell Health, LLC. To improve the cost and quality of employer health care, the acquisition marks another advancement in Premise Health's strategic expansion. Terms of Premise's purchase of IMWell Health, headquartered in Fort Smith, were not disclosed. IMWell that runs 17 clinics serving more than 65,000 people specializes in primary care clinics for mid-size companies, municipalities, and school districts primarily located in the Southwest region of the United States.
"The addition of IMWell is a natural next step in our effort to expand our capabilities for serving the mid-sized employer and public employer markets," said Stu Clark, CEO, Premise Health. Since Premise Health was formed through the merger of CHS Health Services and Take Care Employer Solutions in 2014, it has invested significantly in developing new employee health solutions. Through onsite health clinics, the company provides personalized care to more than 200 of the nation's leading employers, including many of the Fortune 1000. With the addition of IMWell, Premise Health extends its expertise and services to clinics that serve and are located near multiple employers, including mid-size companies, school districts and municipalities. "IMWell's multi-employer, near-site model is an excellent platform from which to leverage our patient engagement and health improvement strategies to a broader market. We are excited to have the IMWell organization join the Premise Health family," explains Stu Clark, CEO, Premise Health.
Based out of Brentwood, TN, Premise Health is one of the leading worksite health and patient engagement companies dedicated to improving the cost and quality of employee health care with more than 40 years of experience and 500 worksite-based health and wellness centers across the country. Including a significant number of the Fortune 1000, the company serves more than 200 of the nation's leading employers.
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