Gastroenterology

A View from the Top: Matt Devine of Allied Health Management Services Organization

This interview is part of a McGuireWoods series featuring interviews with C-suite leadership of private equity-backed portfolio companies. Matt Devine is the Chief Executive Officer of Allied Health Management Services Organization, LLC, responsible for the overall strategic direction of the company and its growth and operations. Most recently, Devine served as the President of Mednax

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Grand River Gastroenterology & Endoscopy Center Is Now Part of Trinity Health

Grand River Gastroenterology & Grand River Endoscopy Center has decided to join Trinity Health Medical Group, a multi-specialty medical group that employs more than 800 physicians and advanced practice professionals in West Michigan. Trinity Health is one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the USA. The transition to Trinity Health took place on April

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Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center Announces Strategic Partnership with Surgery Partners

A strategic partnership was announced between Gramercy Park Digestive Disease Center (Gramercy Park) based in New York City and Surgery Partners, headquartered in Brentwood, TN. Gramercy Park, founded in 2003, is among the largest independent multi-site endoscopy providers in the region, with endoscopy centers at 250 Park Avenue & Bennett Avenue in Manhattan. Their services

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Gastroenterologist and Oncologist Supply Not Evenly Distributed at the Market Level

Each year, the Health Resources & Services Administration updates projections for healthcare workforce supply and demand at both state and national levels. Multiple specialties are projected to approach 100% adequacy nationally, including gastroenterologists and hematologists/oncologists. By 2036, gastroenterologists are projected to be 97.7% adequate and hematologists/oncologists are projected to be 96.9% adequate nationally. Despite the

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