Ropes & Gray represented Metalmark Capital LLC in its sale of wound care services provider Healogics Inc. to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice for $910 million. Jacksonville, Fla.-based Healogics is a market leader in wound care, operating nearly one-third of all hospital outpatient wound care centers in the United States. Additional terms of the transaction, which was announced May 21, were not disclosed.
The Ropes & Gray deal team included health care partner Timothy McCrystal (Boston), tax partner Leo Arnaboldi (New York), and executive compensation & employee benefits counsel Allie Alperovich (New York).
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