Physician Partners of America (PPOA) expands into California, announcing that it has acquired Alliance Surgical Center and Regional Pain Treatment Medical Center in Fullerton, a suburb of Los Angeles.
“This acquisition is significant for us because it allows us to become a truly national healthcare company, providing world-class patient care from coast to coast,” said William Milo, PPOA senior vice president of mergers and acquisitions.
“It will allow us to offer our brand of interventional pain management and minimally invasive spine procedures as alternatives to opioid painkillers as the national crisis rages on,” adds Milo.
The multispecialty outpatient surgery center at 295 E. Imperial Highway, Fullerton CA 92835 is accredited by the Joint Commission and boasts two operating rooms, six recovery beds and three pre-operative stations. Its specialties include treatment of all pain conditions including CRPS pain, sympathetic nerve pain and cancer pain.
With this acquisition, Physician Partners of America expands its clinical presence in the the L.A. area, as well. Regional Pain Treatment Medical Center, an interventional pain management clinic, is also housed within the 8,197 square-foot building, and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It has seven exam rooms and four offices. It will specialize in treating all pain conditions, and handling Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation cases.
This acquisition was brokered by Steve Body, MA, MFS, MSTA of NAI Capital, Inc., who represented the seller and the buyer. Chris Angelo, CPA, CFE, owner of Century 21 Commercial also assisted the buyer in this transaction.