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Health Law Group Completes Integris Health Acquisition of Plaza Medical Group


Lindquist & Vennum recently represented Oklahoma's largest health system, Integris Health, in their acquisition of Plaza Medical Group, one of the largest physician-owned and operated multispecialty medical groups in the state with 42 physicians and 32 locations. The transaction creates Integris Cardiovascular Physicians, a new wholly owned subsidiary of Integris Health. 

“Benefits include improving quality and access to care, as well as enhancing efficiencies in providing the services and care," said Dr. Mel Clark, board president of the new subsidiary. 

Through its affiliates, Integris Health operates 15 hospitals. Approximately 6 out of every 10 Oklahomans live within 30 miles of a facility or physician included in the Integris Health organization. Collectively, the entities within INTEGRIS Health maintain more than 1,900 licensed beds and have medical staffs that number more than 2,500 physicians.

Over a period of 18 months, Lindquist & Vennum’s team worked closely with the Integris President and CEO, other senior executives, the Integris General Counsel, and other in-house counsel in structuring and negotiating the complex transaction. Attorneys who helped guide Integris in the acquisition were David Melloh and John Soshnik, with assistance from paralegal Suzette McNally.

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