Bradley’s attorneys are on the forefront of the growing and increasingly important post-acute and rehabilitation services sector in the healthcare market. Our rehabilitation services and hospitals practice serves a wide breadth of clients across the United States, from large publicly traded providers to closely held companies, including the nation’s largest provider of inpatient rehabilitative services. Our lawyers work with these companies on legal matters related to their entire range of post-acute care services, including owning or operating freestanding or hospital-within-hospital rehabilitation inpatient hospitals and long term acute-care hospitals, as well as a variety of outpatient therapy services.

Our multidisciplinary legal team advises the many forms of post-acute providers in sophisticated transactional matters, including acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures, as well as operational matters such as regulatory compliance, response to government investigations, licensure matters, partnerships, and general corporate issues. Because of our depth of experience in this area, our Healthcare Practice Group is uniquely positioned to advise providers of rehabilitation services as they grow and respond to increasing regulatory oversight.

Post-acute services have become an increasingly important sector in the healthcare market and with efforts to reform the healthcare delivery system, this sector is expected to grow. Our attorneys on the Rehabilitation Hospitals and Post-Acute Services team have extensive experience in advising providers of post-acute care. Our clients range from large publicly traded providers to closely held companies, and include the nation’s largest provider of inpatient rehabilitative services. These companies provide a range of post-acute care services, including owning or operating freestanding or hospital-within-hospital rehabilitation inpatient hospitals and long term acute care hospitals, as well as a variety of outpatient therapy services. Our multi-disciplinary team advises the many forms of post-acute providers in sophisticated transactional matters, including acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures, as well as operational matters such as regulatory compliance, response to government investigations, licensure matters, partnerships and general corporate issues. Because of our depth of experience in this industry, our Rehabilitation Hospitals and Post-Acute Services team is uniquely positioned to advise providers of post-acute services as they grow and respond to increasing regulatory oversight.