Revelstoke Capital Partners portfolio firm Schryver Medical Sales and Marketing has completed the acquisition of Community Portable X-Ray and MetroStat Clinical Laboratory/MetroStat Diagnostic Services.
Based in Plano of Texas, Community Portable X-Ray offers mobile x-ray and other imaging services. It also operates branches in Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, Texas.
The firm offers mobile x-ray and EKG exams to long-term health care facilities, home care, psychiatric hospitals, industrial sites, dialysis centers and athletic teams.
Based in Garland of Texas, MetroStat provides clinical laboratory services, mobile X-ray, and other mobile imaging services in the state of Texas.
Its digital ultrasound and EKG teleradiology equipment enables the technologists to capture the enhanced images for interpretation by its radiologists.
The clinical laboratory and in-house microbiology system of MetroStat were recently developed by using hospital grade lab equipment.
Schryver CEO Doug Goetz said: "Rapid response times combined with the highest quality diagnostic services are critical to our customers, and adding Community and MetroStat’s significant resources allows us to better serve our current and new customers in Texas."
Revelstoke CEO, managing partner and co-founder Mark King said: "The Schryver management team continues to execute on its strategy of becoming a leading national provider through a disciplined buy and build approach."
This year, Schryver also acquired Quality Mobile X-Ray, Main Street Clinical Laboratories, On-Site Imaging Services and B.O.N. Clinical Laboratories.
Based in Denver, Schryver provides mobile imaging diagnostics, clinical laboratory services, as well as oxygen therapy and durable medical equipment rental services.
It offers services to around 3,500 long term post-acute facilities, assisted-living centers and skilled nursing facilities, as well as multiple homecare patients.
Image: Schryver Medical has acquired Texas-based Community Portable X-Ray and MetroStat. Photo: courtesy of Nutdanai Apikhomboonwaroot / FreeDigitalPhotos.net.