Medcor Announces the Purchase of Proactive Occupational Medicine

Chicago-based Medcor, Inc., a leading health navigation firm, announces the expansion of its services through the purchase of clinic operations and other assets from Proactive Occupational Medicine, Inc., an Ohio-based health services company. Medcor already operates over 240 onsite and nearsite clinics providing both occupational and general healthcare across North America.

 

Medcor Chief Operating Officer Ben Petersen said, “This acquisition complements and strengthens Medcor’s onsite clinical and safety staffing relationships. I’m excited to welcome Proactive’s talented staff into our team and to equip them with Medcor’s state-of-the-art systems.”

 

With this horizontal acquisition, Medcor expands its Construction Health and Safety business in the power and general construction industries. It also enters the steel industry, bringing to that sector Medcor’s evidence-based medicine and proprietary clinical systems.

 

Medcor Chief Financial Officer Mark Smolenski said, “This purchase demonstrates Medcor’s commitment to continue growing our construction practice and to deliver health navigation to new customers and new industries.”

 

Medcor Divisional Vice President of Construction Health and Safety Kevin Kelley said, “The addition of Proactive Occupational Medicine also enhances our service offerings by expanding our mobile audiometric and X-ray capabilities.”

 

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

 

About Medcor

 

Medcor provides health navigation through integrated services that include onsite and mobile clinics, injury triage, telemedicine, and safety staffing and training. Medcor serves clients throughout the United States and Canada across a wide range of industries. Medcor helps employers and their employees navigate the complexities of healthcare to achieve better clinical and financial outcomes. Learn more at www.medcor.com.

 

About Proactive Occupational Medicine

 

Proactive Occupational Medicine is an occupational health services company that has served clients in the power, construction, pipeline, steel, coal, automotive, manufacturing, chemical and lumber industries. Learn more at www.pominc.com.

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