Franklin-based Rehab Practice Management today announced that it has acquired Back on Track, a California-based outpatient clinic provider of physicial therapy services. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
"We are pleased to add this market leading provider to our platform," said Rehab Practice Management CEO John Hawes. "This acquisition fits very well with our strategic plan of building regional market density through complimentary service lines and locations."
Seven-year-old Rehab Practice Management operates 20 clinics in five states.
AmSurg has lost the first round of its legal fight against a former executive it says breached his contract by hiring away his former subordinates after leaving the Nashville ambulatory surgery center company. Outpatient Surgery magazine reports that a Nashville judge dismissed the case after Frank Principati, a former AmSurg division president, argued the Tennessee court lacked jurisdiction over the case because he lives and works in Pennsylvania.
An AmSurg attorney declined to comment to the magazine. It's unclear whether the company will move the case to Pennsylvania.
For the back story, see the Post's July story on AmSurg's suit.