Bloomfield Hills-based Premier Health Care Management Inc. has sold five of its six metro Detroit facilities to Novi’s Optalis Healthcare Inc. Premier CEO Tim Spiro now will own and operate the West Bloomfield Health and Rehabilitation Center independently.
Detroit’s Stout advisory and consulting firm served as Premier’s financial advisor throughout the process, which closed Sept. 1.
The facilities now owned by Optalis include:
- Evergreen Health and Rehabilitation Center in Southfield
- Shelby Health and Rehabilitation Center in Shelby Charter Township
- ShorePointe Health and Rehabilitation Center in St. Clair Shores
- ShorePointe Village-Senior Residence in St. Clair Shores
- Woodward Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center in Bloomfield Hills
“This was strategically a perfect fit to the Optalis growth plan in the southeast Michigan market to enhance its presence in Oakland and Macomb Counties,” says Raj Patel, CEO of Optalis. “Our philosophy is to provide every enhancement reasonably possible from technology, physical improvements, and most importantly, great staff to deliver the overall best patient care experience and outcomes the industry has to offer. Continuous collaboration with our partners in care allows us to provide this in the most effective way.”
Tim Spiro, co-founder and CEO of Premier, says, “Optalis has a strong reputation for quality care, desire to work cooperatively with our hospitals and affiliates, and commitment to retain 95 percent of our workforce to help them grow their organization.”