MEDNAX acquires radiology group Jefferson in latest industry swoop

By Ben Mouncer
MEDNAX has made its third radiology services practice acquisition of 2017 after adding Jefferson Radiology to its portfolio. The US health solutions co...

MEDNAX has made its third radiology services practice acquisition of 2017 after adding Jefferson Radiology to its portfolio.

The US health solutions company, based in Florida and with annual revenues of over $2bn, expands its radiology services with the deal, further establishing it as the partner of choice for leading radiology practices.

The news comes two months after MEDNAX acquired the Miami-based Radiology Associates and eight months after joining forces with Radiology Alliance in Kentucky.

“We are excited about the growth of radiology physician services at MEDNAX,” said Roger Medel, M.D, CEO of MEDNAX.

“Our ability to attract leading radiology providers such as Jefferson Radiology, further enhances our integrated physician services offering.”

Jefferson is the largest private radiology group in Connecticut, working with over 60 physicians, providing exclusive services to seven regional hospitals.

Its own CEO Ethan Foxman added: “We wanted to be part of a team that is leading the best practices in radiology and reshaping the next generation of how radiology services will be delivered.

“We were drawn to the energy and excitement of MEDNAX’S mission to build the top radiology platform nationally and beyond.”

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