The not-for-profit hospital chain will take over Tuckahoe Orthopaedics, which has operated in the region for more than 40 years.
The health system’s top infectious diseases expert keeps the beat for The Vagabond Dandies, a pandemic-born band that includes two other VCU physicians.
Green Leaf Medical will open in four months at 11190 W. Broad St. and is scouting locations in Scott’s Addition, Petersburg, Ashland and Carytown.
“Every dorm room all of a sudden became a COVID screening test,” co-founder Dan Schmitt said. “We were COVID-screening people coming to a bowling tournament.”
Kamana is merging with Omaha-based Triage in a deal announced last week. Terms were not disclosed.
Elevation brought together Squatty Potty and the maker of a beer called Unicorn Farts for Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
Harper Associates is also developing a Southside dialysis center for Fresenius Kidney Care.
The hospital chain and 13 others in the U.S. created Truveta, a company that will sell anonymous data in the name of improved medical care and research.
The new owners are Brentwood Investment Group and Bluestone Group, the latter of which also just acquired the American Heritage apartments building downtown for $8 million.
The 24,000-square-foot school building will have facilities for students to learn independent living skills, a sensory library, a healthcare suite and observation areas.