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Mergers & Acquisitions in Boston

We are constantly evolving to offer exceptional service to our clients and to align ourselves with the dynamic healthcare sectors.

Provident’s Boston Merger & Acquisitions Services are focused on the delivery of a customized transaction strategy that maximizes shareholder value from both an economic as well as philosophical perspective. We strive to understand all aspects of a transaction and leverage our industry connections and relationships to create the best solutions. Provident is a trusted partner in this transaction, offering deep transactional expertise while aligning its interests to the client.

Trusted Guidance


Dedicated M&A Advisors:

Our senior-level Boston advisors with decades of combined healthcare experience ease the path to closing.

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Finding the Right Partner:

Provident’s relationships within the healthcare industry in Boston allow us to provide comprehensive advice to organizations about how to evaluate potential strategic or financial partners that will offer the most value for shareholders.


Educational Approach:

Provident’s Boston team places special emphasis on shareholder education in order to make sure that all aspects of a transaction are understood by our clients.

Dr. Miles Gresham

“Provident comprises an excellent team of advisors and is very methodical in finding the right partner for its clients. Each gastroenterology practice is different, as is each private equity group; Provident took the time to fully understand what makes our practice unique and then paired us with a like-minded partner while always keeping our best interests in mind. The team provided guidance and support during this transition and never once put pressure on us to partner with a group if we felt uncomfortable,” stated Dr. Miles Gresham, President of Southeast Gastro.