Ivy Rehab has announced the joining of Hartland, Michigan-located Children’s Center for Growth and Development (CCGD) into its network.
Set up in 2003 and supported by middle-market private equity firm Waud Capital Partners, Ivy Rehab has a network of outpatient physical, occupational, speech therapy, and ABA clinics in Northeast, Midwest, and Southeast regions of the US.
CCGD founders Beth and John Economou said: “Our goal has always been for the children in our community to receive the highest quality of care,” said Beth and John Economou, founders of CCGD. “We are excited to partner with a company that is also dedicated to the well-being of our youngest patients. We are very proud that CCGD is now a part of the Ivy Rehab Network!”
CCGD offers individualised, research-based therapy services for children.
It was built to not only serve as a treatment facility for children but also as a support centre to cater to families and their needs.
Ivy COO Troy Bage said: “Investing in the success of our paediatric programs is a priority, and we are proud to have CCGD partner with us.
“Through new partnerships, new clinics, and differentiated service lines, we are excited to evolve and expand the ways in which we serve our pediatric patients.”
Ivy chief development officer Jeremy VanDevender said: “We are proud to be a leader in the paediatric therapy space and it’s important that we continue our commitment to our youngest population through high-quality partnerships.
“We are thrilled to partner with the Children’s Center for Growth and Development, and we look forward to serving the patients in Hartland.”
Ivy Rehab intends to continue its strategic growth through investments in new partners.