U.S. HealthWorks Expands to Colorado
Acquires Arbor Occupational Medicine in Boulder
Mar 1, 2016
BOULDER, CO. – U.S. HealthWorks, one of the largest operators of occupational health and urgent care centers in the United States, announced it has acquired Arbor Occupational Medicine in Boulder, Colorado.

Arbor Occupational Medicine operates four occupational care centers with ancillary physical therapy services in the Front Range region.

The acquisition gives U.S. HealthWorks its first presence in Colorado. These four centers will enable U.S. HealthWorks to deliver high quality occupational health care to patients in the Front Range region and brings the total number of U.S. HealthWorks medical and worksite clinics to 231 nationwide in 21 states.

The acquired centers are located at:

Arbor Occupational Medicine has been part of the Boulder community since 1992 and maintains a strong reputation for the great care it provides and the relationships it has built. The facilities will continue to offer a wide range of occupational health services to industries including municipalities, school districts, universities, retail, wholesale, construction and manufacturing.

”The team at Arbor Occupational Medicine has a respected reputation and an established presence in the Boulder community,” said Joseph Mallas, President and Chief Executive Officer of U.S. HealthWorks. “We look forward to welcoming the team of physicians into the U.S. HealthWorks family and continuing to provide the stellar occupational health services that Arbor Occupational Medicine has for so many years.

“We are honored to become part of U.S. HealthWorks and serve our community with an expanded team of experts and additional resources,” said Sander Orent, M.D., Owner, Arbor Occupational Medicine. “Our patients count on us for excellent occupational health care, and we know that U.S. HealthWorks will uphold those standards.”

The terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

About U.S. HealthWorks

U.S. HealthWorks, a subsidiary of Dignity Health, is one of the country's largest operators of occupational healthcare centers with 231 medical and worksite clinics in 21 states and more than 3,600 employees, including about 800 medical providers. Our centers collectively serve more than 13,000 patients each day, providing quality medical care to help employees return to work and allow employers to effectively manage claims and reduce lost work time. U.S. HealthWorks also offers special early return-to-work, injury prevention and ergonomics programs.