The Bloom Organization advises Delray Beach Surgery Center on partnership with USPI

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The Bloom Organization (“Bloom”), a leading healthcare investment banking firm providing M&A advisory services, is pleased to announce the closing of a new joint-venture (“JV”) partnership between the Delray Beach Surgery Center (“DBSC”) and United Surgical Partners International (“USPI”).

Founded over twenty-five years ago, DBSC is a state-of-the-art multispecialty ambulatory surgery center (“ASC”) consisting of four (4) operating rooms and almost 9,000 square feet. DBSC has 20+ physician partners that specialize in a wide array of surgical specialties that include, but not limited to, orthopedics, ophthalmology, spine, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, and GI.

Bob Goettling, Principal at The Bloom Organization, said “ASC transactions used to be relatively ‘clean and easy’ deals to negotiate. However, the consolidation activity taking place in physician practices, health systems, and private equity, has made ASC transactions more difficult to navigate. Our firm’s 20+ years of experience working exclusively on healthcare transactions is becoming more valuable to our clients than ever.”

Physicians or investors interested in working with The Bloom Organization should contact Mr. Henry Bloom at 305-974-0700.


About The Bloom Organization: 
Bloom has been advising physicians on transactions since 1990. Founded and lead by Mr. Henry Bloom, the Company is based in Aventura, FL and serves clients nationwide. Bloom’s investment banking expertise is in the healthcare services sector.

About United Surgical Partners International:
United Surgical Partners International is an ambulatory healthcare provider serving approximately 2.5 million patients a year in collaboration with over 9,000 physicians and over 50 prominent health system partners nationwide. The company, which is a subsidiary of Tenet Healthcare Corporation, currently operates more than 270 surgical facilities, more than 100 urgent care centers and 24 imaging centers.