Genesis Healthcare to acquire 24 nursing facilities from Revera for $240 millionStaff writer ▼ | June 17, 2015
Genesis HealthCare has signed an asset purchase agreement with Revera to acquire 24 of its skilled nursing facilities along with its contract rehabilitation business for $240 million.
Acquisition 3,056 beds to be bought by Genesis
Under the agreement, Genesis will acquire the real estate of 20 of the 24 facilities and will enter into a long-term lease agreement with Health Care REIT (HCN) for the remaining properties.
Genesis will also acquire the operations of Premier Therapy, Revera’s contract rehabilitation business. Genesis expects to finance the transaction utilizing a bridge loan from HCN and will subsequently refinance the bridge loan utilizing the HUD financing program or other traditional mortgage financing.
Genesis expects the transaction will be accretive to 2016 earnings.
Of those 24 centers eight are in New Jersey, five in Vermont, three in Washington, two in Connecticut, two in Massachusetts and one in each of Maryland, Virginia, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
The 24 centers encompass an aggregate of 3,056 beds, employ approximately 3,800 full and part-time employees and had aggregate revenue totaling approximately $280 million in 2014. ■