Franklin, Tenn. – Summit BHC ("Summit"), a leading national provider of behavioral health and addiction treatment services based in Franklin, Tennessee, continues to expand its national footprint with the acquisition of seven psychiatric hospitals in six states from Strategic Behavioral Health. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
The seven hospitals are: Eagle View Behavioral Health in Bettendorf, Iowa; Peak Behavioral Health in Santa Teresa, New Mexico; Carolina Dunes Behavioral Health near Wilmington, North Carolina; Creekside Behavioral Health in Kingsport, Tennessee; Palms Behavioral Health in Harlingen, Texas; Willow Creek Behavioral Health in Green Bay, Wisconsin; and Miramont Behavioral Health near Madison, Wisconsin. These hospitals have a total of 613 inpatient psychiatric beds serving children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. In addition, they also operate several outpatient programs serving adults and adolescents.
With these facilities, Summit is expanding its presence in Iowa, Tennessee, and Texas, and entering New Mexico, North Carolina, and Wisconsin for the first time. Summit now owns and operates 31 facilities across the United States.
"We are excited to welcome these facilities and their staff members to the Summit family," said Brent Turner, CEO of Summit. "We are committed to providing these communities with the high-quality care they have come to expect, and we look forward to working closely with them."
Headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, Summit operates a leading network of behavioral health hospitals and addiction treatment centers throughout the country. The company's primary focus is on psychiatric and substance use disorder treatment within a flexible and dynamic continuum of care. The leadership team at Summit is composed of senior executives with decades of combined experience in the behavioral healthcare industry. The company currently owns and operates 31 inpatient facilities nationwide.