Concordance Signs Agreement to Acquire Rockwell Medical Supply

Concordance Healthcare Solutions LLC, one of the largest, independent, healthcare distributors in the U.S., today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Rockwell Medical Supply. By adding this business, Concordance will now have an expanded West Coast presence. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. 

Commenting on the acquisition, Roger Benz, former Co-President and CEO of Concordance, stated “Concordance has a simple vision – to become the most respected, innovative, national, multi-market healthcare distribution company by operating with the highest level of trust, integrity, commitment and service. To continue to bring that vision to life we are pleased to welcome Rockwell Medical Supply to the Concordance family.”

“This acquisition continues our strategic expansion plan and further strengthens Concordance as a leader in the medical supply industry. We are very excited about the opportunities which Rockwell brings, and I look forward to welcoming our new customers, employees and partners to Concordance,” says Tom Harris, former Co-President and CEO of Concordance. “Together with Rockwell, we will continue to and enhance our ability to deliver service beyond the customers’ expectations.”

Former Vice President of Rockwell and newly appointed Vice President of Concordance, Mike Rockwell, stated “We are thrilled to be joining a larger, customer-focused company that complements Rockwell’s family-owned philosophy that my father, Jack Rockwell founded the company upon. The market has been in need of a nationwide option with an independent mindset. Concordance is just that, a company that is coast to coast with a tremendous portfolio of products and services which also remains flexible, responsive and attentive to their customer’s individual needs.”

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