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PeaceHealth to acquire 37 clinics

Vancouver, Wash.-based PeaceHealth has entered a definitive agreement to acquire Zoom+Care, a Portland, Ore.-based provider of on-demand retail and digital healthcare.

Under the deal, PeaceHealth will acquire Zoom+Care's 37 neighborhood clinics in Oregon and Washington. Zoom+Care, which offers urgent care, primary care, specialty care, mental health and telemedicine, will have a separate leadership team and board of directors.

"The addition of Zoom to PeaceHealth's networks accelerates our vision of ensuring greater healthcare accessibility and affordability in our communities while increasing our ability to meet the on-demand needs of today's consumer," Liz Dunne, president and CEO of PeaceHealth, said in a press release. "What is so exciting about this relationship is the complementary nature of our organizations and our shared passion for being the stewards of our communities' health and well-being."

The transaction is expected to close Dec. 31.

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