FlexCare Infusion Centers Partners with River Cities CapitalFREMONT, CA: FlexCare Infusion Centers, a patient-first platform of ambulatory infusion clinics, has entered into a partnership with River Cities Capital, a healthcare-focused growth equity company, to help the business expand throughout Oklahoma and Alabama. FlexCare confirmed the inauguration of three new centers, two in Tulsa and one in Birmingham, at the same time. FlexCare now operates five locations in Oklahoma and Alabama to extend service in underserved areas in future.
FlexCare Infusion Centers emphasizes comfort, accessibility, and convenience while offering patients high-quality care and cost-effective therapies.
Flexcare CEO Aaron Smith adds that this is a tremendous opportunity, and they are pleased to join River Cities. The company is happy to provide patients and their referring experts in their communities with a more accessible, pleasant, and private site of treatment options. Its purposefully constructed clinical paradigm and dedicated attention to the patient experience benefits everyone.
FlexCare, as a patient advocate, works with physicians and insurance providers to make sure that patients receive prescribed treatments rapidly and assist referral providers with authorization and benefits eligibility for their patients. Patients get high-quality care easily and securely with the evening, weekend, workday treatment options, and private, pleasant rooms.
The company is excited to join forces with a team dedicated to providing great patient care and serving as a partner to referring physicians by ensuring constant and efficient communication amongst providers, said River Cities Capital's Adam Midkiff, who has joined the Board of Directors. They are excited to rapidly extend FlexCare's regional footprint to provide more convenient, comfortable, and cost-efficient infusion therapies to complicated chronic patients.
FlexCare, based in Oklahoma City, now has multiple locations in Oklahoma City, Norman, Tulsa, and Birmingham, with plans to open additional locations in Alabama (Huntsville, Montgomery, and Mobile) and Oklahoma (Lawton and Stillwater) in the coming months. In 2022, more regional expansion in adjacent states is anticipated.