Maryland-based medical physics business services company Apex Physics Partners is acquiring Advanced Medical Physics, a company that specializes in diagnostic medical physics services in Indiana.
Apex says AMP, which is headquartered in the Indianapolis area, will expand its reach in the Midwest. Although financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, the company says the acquisition increases its employees to more than 110.
“When Roy Heltzel from KGHP reached out to me a few years back to introduce me to Michael [Curry], I could sense that the direction he and Keith were taking Apex was the right direction for medical physics, and I wanted to be involved. Sometimes, timing is everything. We continued to stay in touch and, when the stars aligned, we partnered,” says Will Breeden, DABR, founder and president of AMP. “I see a lot of opportunity for growth at AMP, and I am excited to work with the Apex Support Group to help manage some of the administrative aspects of the business so that I can focus on expansion and client service. I am also looking forward to working alongside my fellow practice group leaders to bring more quality physics and radiation safety to more communities.”
APP practices says it now serves more than 3,200 clients throughout the mid-Atlantic, Midwest, and South, supporting health systems, imaging networks, cancer treatment facilities, private practices, and research facilities around the country.