Patrick J. Martinez focuses his practice on representing private equity firms and their platform companies in their acquisitions and divestitures of for-profit health care companies. He also devotes a significant portion of his practice to representing hospitals and health systems in transactional matters, including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, management agreements and system restructuring.
Patrick also has experience on a wide range of regulatory matters affecting hospitals and health systems, including physician contracting, compliance with the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, Medicare reimbursement and facility licensing.
While in law school, he was editor in chief of the DePaul Journal of Health Care Law.
Served as lead transactional counsel on the acquisition of 200-physician practice on behalf of a private equity platform company
Served as lead counsel on the acquisition of a fertility laboratory providing services across the United States on behalf of a private equity-backed platform company
Served as lead transaction counsel on the acquisition of 22 for-profit nursing homes and independent living facilities on behalf of a for-profit senior living operator
Served as lead counsel on the acquisition of multiple physician practices on behalf of another physician practice
Served as counsel on the $500 million leveraged acquisition of a health system covering multiple state by a for-profit joint venture
Served as counsel on the acquisition of an acute care hospital on behalf of a nonprofit health system
Served as counsel on the acquisition of an orthopedic hospital on behalf of a nonprofit health system
Served as counsel on the merger of three hospice and palliative care agencies creating the largest provider in the state
Served as counsel on the sale of a behavioral health hospital on behalf of a nonprofit corporation
Served as counsel on the equity and debt restructuring and buyout of a proton center joint venture between a nonprofit health system and physicians
DePaul University College of Law, JD, cum laude, 2007