The members of the Bradley Healthcare Practice have an extensive track record of successful results in a broad range of sectors in this complex, highly regulated industry. Our attorneys work side by side with clients, providing skilled legal counsel that draws from a depth of industry knowledge. We have earned a reputation as problem solvers thanks to decades of experience in delivering solutions to complex business and legal challenges.
The healthcare industry is changing faster than ever. In response, Bradley’s team moves quickly to keep our clients informed and in compliance in this dynamic regulatory environment. We provide full-service support to maintain our partners’ competitiveness in the high-stakes world of mergers and acquisitions. Our deep bench of attorneys combine their experience and long-standing relationships with major industry players to help clients navigate the legal landscape efficiently, offering unsurpassed client service and responsiveness while consistently demonstrating the high ethical standards for which Bradley is known.
As in medicine, our skill and reputation as high-quality healthcare lawyers arise from the sheer volume of our experience in successfully handling a comprehensive range of legal matters facing the healthcare industry, including:
Exceptional client service is one of Bradley’s core values. We offer practical and useful advice to our healthcare clients with efficiency and cost-effectiveness, thanks to the breadth and deep bench of our health law practice. Since the majority of our clients operate around the clock, we ensure we are available at a moment’s notice to mobilize any response needed to help them. We enjoy working closely with our healthcare clients, providing clear and informed judgment that focuses on proactively avoiding problems, not just solving them once they appear.
Our healthcare attorneys represent nearly every kind of provider and business in the healthcare industry, including the nation’s largest publicly traded community hospital company. Our clients – many concentrated in the southeast, but others spread across the country – include: