AHC Acquires Home Care Provider, Expands into Georgia

Advanced Home Care (AHC), a non-profit hospital affiliated company announced last week its acquisition of Extrakare, LLC, a move that helps the company expand its home medical and equipment services into Northern Georgia.

Since its founding in Norcross, Georgia in 2004, Extrakare has become a leading provider of home oxygen, positive airway pressure (PAP) and continuous passive motion (CPM) devices modeled for sleep apnea and knee treatments, among other home medical equipment. 

“Our entire team is excited to build the Advanced Home Care brand on top of the solid reputation we have developed in the North Georgia market. The additional resources Advanced Home Care brings to this market will allow us to become an even more valuable partner to the local health care community,” said Scott Lloyd, co-founder and president of Extrakare. 

AHC said it plans to work closely with patients, partners and employees to help smooth the transition process as the company intends to create a region of operations in Northern Georgia with Lloyd as Regional Director. 

“Going forward, we will expand services offered to patients in this region. This is an exciting addition to our geography with quality leaders and staff members joining our team,” said CEO of Advanced Home Care Joel Mills.

The integration into the Norcross, Georgia location will occur over the next few weeks, with AHC assuring all patients will continue to receive the same high quality care and service they have come to expect. 

Written by Jason Oliva

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