Centerre among Inc.'s most prolific job creators

Inc. magazine has rolled out its first ever Hire Power Awards lauding private companies adding oodles of jobs around the country. One Nashville-area company has made the top 100 and it's Brentwood-based specialty hospital operator Centerre Healthcare, which grew its payroll by 500 people from 2008 on its way to posting $56 million in revenues in 2011. Six of the 10 Tennessee laureates, including a well-known HVAC player and a popular local pub concept, are based in Middle Tennessee.

Dec 5, 2012 1:53 PM

Acadia buys first Florida property

$33M deal brings on eight-month-old facility
Nov 13, 2012 8:49 AM

Animal hospital chain names local boss

BluePearl Veterinary Partners, a Tampa-based operator of animal clinics in 11 states, has hired Darcy Meade to be the administrator of its four Middle Tennessee locations. Meade comes to town from California, where she worked at a hospital featured on Animal Planet's Emergency Vets series.

Oct 4, 2012 8:37 AM

TriStar Centennial Women’s & Children’s Hospital names CMO for pediatric program

Trauma care expert coming over from VUMC
Sep 27, 2012 6:50 AM

Cardiovascular Care Group names SVP to lead Louisiana hospital

Cardiovascular Care Group is saying goodbye to the CEO of its Louisiana Heart Hospital, which it acquired from MedCath last year. Charles Nasem is leaving for Oklahoma and his job will be filled by Steve Blades, "an icon in cardiovascular medicine" (pictured) who has been the company's senior vice president of physician services since its launch.

"Our plan is to build delivery systems throughout the country that integrate care across the full continuum of services from prevention to acute care, from surgery to rehabilitation and from diagnosis through disease management," said Harry R. Jacobson, MD, Chairman of the CCG Board. "Steve Blades has been the moving force behind our development of an exceptional network of physicians along the Northshore and throughout southwestern Mississippi."

Sep 11, 2012 7:12 AM

Fertility venture investing $3M in Florida project

Joe Cashia's Vivere Health fertility clinic venture is investing $3 million to add a surgery center to its Orlando-area laboratory. The move comes about eight months after Vivere opened its center there and six weeks after Cashia said his team is making a similar move in New Orleans.

Jul 25, 2012 6:52 AM

CCG completes California hospital buy

Venture chaired by Jacobson snaps up second facility
Jul 3, 2012 10:40 AM

Franklin fertility player making moves in Louisiana

Franklin-based fertility center operator Vivere Health has broken ground in Louisiana, according to an announcement yesterday.

Vivere Health, LLC broke ground today on the new, state-of-the-art Vivere - Audubon Surgery Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, marking continued progress in building the nation's leading network of Fertility Centers of Excellence (CoE) dedicated to the highest quality patient care and outcomes. The addition of this state-of-the-art fertility clinic will be the fifth Vivere CoE, the first in Louisiana, and will enable Vivere to meet the fertility needs of metro New Orleans and the surrounding areas.

This facility will be the first that Vivere is able to custom build to reflect it's business model and will serve as the clinic model for future national expansion. To date, each of Vivere's four CoEs has been an acquired facility, tailored and refurbished to meet the standards of the company and needs of partnering physicians.

Jun 7, 2012 6:45 AM

Administrative law judge sides with HealthSouth in Franklin rehab hospital ruling

Dispute between competing entities vying to build near Williamson Medical nears its conclusion
Mar 28, 2012 7:20 AM

Centerre in Ohio JV

Brentwood-based rehabilitation hospital operator Centerre Healthcare is partnering with University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, to build a 40-bed facility that will employ 150 people when it opens this fall. The hospital will be the seventh in Centerre's portfolio. The company also is building in Oklahoma City and plans to break ground on a $23 million, 60-bed project in northeast Indianapolis this summer.

The freestanding hospital reportedly will be the most technologically advanced rehabilitation facility in the United States while providing a patient-centered environment. Features include a gymnasium focusing on accelerated recovery, training suites emphasizing activities of daily living, a therapeutic pool and outdoor recreation areas.

SEE ALSO: Our story from a year ago detailing Centerre's capital raise and growth plans

Feb 6, 2012 7:12 AM