Phil Berg helps healthcare providers and companies navigate transactions, compliance issues and operational contracts. He has significant experience working with physician practice management companies, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, joint ventures, medical practices and other healthcare companies. Phil has represented some of the largest management services organization (MSO) companies in the country, as well as start-ups, on issues including acquisitions, operational issues and complex regulatory analysis.
His practice involves:
American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
Christian Legal Society (2000-2004)
International Law Society (2000)
Nashville Bar Association — Pro Bono Program (2000)
Represented CHS in its sale of Gulf Oaks Behavioral Hospital
Lead regulatory counsel to a private equity investment firm related to the financing of a complex buyout and restructuring of a company providing physician management and radiation oncology management services and cancer centers
Represented Western Dental Services, a portfolio company of New Mountain Capital, in its acquisition of Guardian Life Insurance Company’s Dental Service Organization
Represented CRH Healthcare in its acquisition of SmartCare Urgent Care
Represented AAC Holdings, Inc., parent company of American Addiction Centers, in its acquisition of AdCare, Inc.
Represented Family Treatment Network in its acquisition of Behavioral Care Specialists
We represented United Derm Partners, a portfolio company of Frazier Healthcare Partners, in its acquisition of two skincare and dermatology practices.
Represented Health Connect America, Inc. in its sale to Harren Equity Partners
Represented AAC in its definitive agreement to acquire a New England-based addiction treatment provider
Vanderbilt Law Review — Associate Editor (2003-2004)
Vanderbilt Scholastic Excellence Award — Law & Finance of Mergers & Acquisitions (2003)
Beta Gamma Sigma
Franklin & White Best Brief Award (2001)