U.S. HealthWorks Acquires Assets of Seven OHS-Compcare Locations, Adding Missouri, Kansas Medical Centers

U.S. HealthWorks Acquires Assets of Seven OHS-Compcare Locations, Adding Missouri, Kansas Medical Centers

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, a leading operator of occupational healthcare and urgent care centers, announced today it has acquired seven OHS-Compcare clinics and two worksites in the Kansas City metropolitan area.

The centers are the first for U.S. HealthWorks in Kansas and Missouri. In total, U.S. HealthWorks now has 201 centers and worksites in 19 states. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

“For more than 30 years, OHS-Compcare has provided high-quality service for on-the-job injuries in Kansas and Missouri,” said Dan Crowley, President and CEO of U.S. HealthWorks. “The professionals at OHS-Compcare share our commitment to providing the right care to injured workers – and helping them get back to work as quickly as possible. We are very pleased to welcome these seven centers to our national network.”

“This is an exciting opportunity for us to better serve employers and be a part of a national organization that will open up new opportunities for our practice,” said Lynn A. Hill M.D., OHS-Compcare Chief Administrative Officer. “U.S. HealthWorks is well-known for providing high-quality care that benefits patients and allows them to return to work.”

The seven centers are located at:

, a subsidiary of Dignity Health, is one of the country’s largest operators of occupational healthcare centers. With 201 centers and worksites in 19 states and more than 2,700 employees – including approximately 800 medical providers – U.S. HealthWorks centers serve more than 12,000 patients each day throughout the country. U.S. HealthWorks centers help employers control work-related injury costs through quality medical care and effective management of claims and lost work time, specializing in early return-to-work programs, injury prevention and ergonomics programs. For more information, please visit . U.S. HealthWorks is also on and .

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