|Ohio Footprint Doubles with Facilities in Moraine, Huber Heights and Franklin
DAYTON, Ohio – U.S. HealthWorks, a leading operator of occupational healthcare centers nationwide, today announced the acquisition of three Kettering Workers’ Care medical centers in Ohio. The acquisition of these three centers doubles the number of U.S. HealthWorks operated medical centers in Ohio and increases the number of centers to 139 nationwide.
The newly acquired Dayton-area medical centers are in Moraine, Huber Heights and Franklin. All three facilities offer occupational medicine services including diagnosis and treatment for injury and illness, preventive services, pre-employment and post-offer exams and screening, and return-to-work rehabilitative care. Terms of the transaction, effective February 7, 2011, were not disclosed.
“U.S. HealthWorks has a highly-regarded national network of physicians, health clinics and medical resources, which is why we’re excited to become a part of their team,” said Dr. Ronald Klein, owner of Kettering Workers’ Care.
“As leaders in the Dayton area for many years, the Kettering Workers’ Care centers represent key additions to the U.S. HealthWorks family,” said Greg Marotta, vice president of operations. “And as we continue to expand our business in Ohio, these three quality healthcare facilities will make invaluable contributions to our success.”
U.S. HealthWorks also operates two health clinics in Columbus and one in Canton.
About U. S. HealthWorks
Based in Valencia, Calif., U.S. HealthWorks was founded in 1995 and is the second-largest operator of occupational health care centers in the nation. With 139 clinics in 13 states and over 2,000 employees – including approximately 350 affiliated physicians – U.S. HealthWorks centers serve thousands of patients each day throughout the country. U.S. HealthWorks centers help employers control work-related injury costs through quality medical care and effective management of claims and lost work time, specializing in early return-to-work programs, injury prevention and wellness programs.