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HealthCare Partners of Nevada and Rainbow Medical Center Join Forces
Date:3/5/2010

Las Vegas, Nevada, March 3, 2010 --HealthCare Partners of Nevada, a Las Vegas-based healthcare organization, announced the acquisition of Rainbow Medical Center, an independent medical group providing care for more than 100,000 patients annually in Southern Nevada. Rainbow Medical Center is now part of the Fremont Medical Centers Division of HealthCare Partners of Nevada.

(PRWEB) March 5, 2010 -- HealthCare Partners of Nevada, a Las Vegas healthcare organization, announced the acquisition of Rainbow Medical Center, an independent medical group providing care for more than 100,000 patients annually in Southern Nevada. Rainbow Medical Center is now part of the Fremont Medical Centers Division of HealthCare Partners of Nevada.

With the addition of Rainbow Medical Centers' six clinics, HealthCare Partners of Nevada now owns and operates 28 medical facilities in the greater Las Vegas area. The transaction gives patients access to approximately 80 employed primary care physicians and 100 contracted primary care physicians.

"Rainbow Medical Center strengthens our geographic coverage in the greater Las Vegas area and expands our ability to provide quality, cost-effective healthcare for a growing number of Nevadans," said Sherif Abdou, MD, HealthCare Partners of Nevada CEO.

W. Jud Fisher, DO, medical director for Rainbow Medical Centers, stated, "The physicians at Rainbow Medical Centers are truly excited about the synergy that HealthCare Partners provides. This new partnership allows us to continue our commitment to excellence in healthcare. The added experience and expertise from the professionals at Healthcare Partners assures a bright future for Rainbow Medical Centers."

Robert Margolis, MD, Chairman and CEO of HealthCare Partners,
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