Baltimore-based Remedi SeniorCare, which provides pharmaceutical services to long-term care facilities, has bought an Ohio company in a deal that expands its Midwestern customer base.
With its acquisition of Cornerstone Pharmacy in northeast Ohio, Remedi now serves more than 15,000 long-term care residents from pharmacies in Cleveland and Troy, Ohio. That adds to the 31,000 residents across nine states and Washington, D.C.
, that Remedi already counted as clients.
Cornerstone President Brad Pinkerton joins Remedi as president of the Midwestern region.
Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
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