DORAL, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Hygea Holdings Corp., a South Florida-based healthcare holding company that owns and operates integrated medical group practices and independent provider networks, today announced that it has appointed Goldstein Schechter Koch as its new auditor, succeeding Kabani & Company, Inc., effective immediately.
The change was made primarily because Goldstein Schechter Koch has the type of healthcare experience that Hygea Holdings needs as it continues to grow.
“Goldstein Schechter and Koch demonstrates leadership with its extensive experience in the healthcare industry, which is specific to our needs,” said Manuel Iglesias, Chief Executive Officer of Hygea Holdings. “We are confident in our selection of this firm as our auditor, and are excited that they will assist in Hygea’s growth trajectory in 2015 and beyond.”
Hygea’s integrated medical group practices and independent provider networks are comprised of more than 2,000 physicians across the state of Florida. Currently, Hygea has more than 400 shareholders. In 2015, the company plans to acquire practices in new markets, including those in Florida, Georgia, New York and New Jersey.
For more information about Hygea Holdings Corp., visit www.hygeaholdings.com.
About Hygea Holdings Corp.
Hygea is a diversified healthcare holding company led by a team of nationally recognized industry leaders with backgrounds in insurance, finance, medicine, law and technology. The company owns physician practices, ancillary medical services, such as pharmacy, physical therapy, and diagnostics, as well as a 1,700-doctor independent physician association (IPA). Hygea prides itself as ‘the physician’s choice’ in group healthcare, as evidenced by the number of acquired physicians who then choose to invest in the firm. Hygea’s business model applies best practices at every stage of healthcare delivery to reduce inefficiencies and improve outcomes, providing seamless care to commercial, Medicare, and Medicaid patients. For more information, visit www.hygeaholdings.com.
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