Anna Park focuses her practice on transactional and regulatory matters affecting a wide range of clients in the health care services industry, including hospitals, health systems, physician groups, academic medical centers, wholesale pharmacies and post-acute providers.
Anna concentrates on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic affiliations, physician-hospital alignments, co-management arrangements and complex business transactions. She has experience with federal and state filings in the context of change-of-ownership transactions and has assisted clients with submissions to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Anna has also provided assistance to academic medical centers involving research compliance issues. She has previously represented clients in connection with a variety of finance, corporate and securities transactions.
While in law school, Anna was a member of the Berkeley Business Law Journal and an editor of the Berkeley Journal of International Law.
Represented a national nonprofit health system in its merger with two academic medical centers and long-term affiliation agreement with the associated medical school
Represented a client in connection with the sale of a substantial ownership interest in its large regional hospital and the joint venture between a nonprofit/tax-exempt organization and a for-profit hospital system for hospital and outpatient services
Represented an esoteric clinical laboratory in connection with restructuring its governance and preparing a private placement memorandum that raised $7.1 million for a private-equity owned radiation oncology management company through the sale of additional equity interests
Represented a publicly traded hospital system in its acquisition of physician practices
Represented a real estate investment trust in the health care regulatory issues associated with its $1.05 billion acquisition of a portfolio of 80 senior living facilities located in 15 states
Represented a hospital system in its divestiture of a large, nonprofit academically affiliated community hospital
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