Sinfonia HealthCare Corp., a new home health delivery system launched by former Providence CEO Fletcher McCusker and backed by Alliance Bank, recently announced its fourth acquisition in Tucson of a durable medical equipment (DME) supplier.
AirVida is a Tucson, Ariz.-based oxygen and pulmonary supply company formed in 2009 that serves Southern Arizona. The acquisition price was not disclosed.
The acquisition allows Sinfonia to provide home medical equipment to its clients using the home health system’s licensed respiratory therapists who will direct the use of all respiratory equipment used to treat sleep disorders. Sinfonia also supplies oxygen equipment such as home concentrators to patients with acute and chronic lung disease.
“This additional acquisition completes the Sinfonia business model to combine all aspects of home health under one roof,” said Fletcher McCusker, CEO and founder of Sinfonia, in a statement. “We now will operate a full continuum of home health: Hospice, Home-Based Nursing, Companion Care, Personal Assistance, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy as well as providing medical equipment and oxygen to home based patients.”
Sinfonia’s goal is to coordinate levels of care so patients can receive continuous home health care from a single provider rather than be subject to multiple caregivers.
“This acquisition is yet another benchmark piece of executing that strategy,” McCusker said.
Written by Alyssa Gerace