February 2, 2019

Women’s Health USA and Women’s Health Connecticut Extend Joint Venture Partnership

Largest OBGyn practice in Connecticut Reinvests in its Future

Women’s Health USA, a healthcare and management services organization, recently procured a long-term extension to its business relationship with Women’s Health Connecticut. The two entities initially came together contractually more than twenty years ago and have had a very success relationship since that time.

Dr. Richard Ruben, who is a practicing physician while he serves as Chairman of the WHC board, spoke enthusiastically about the partnership extension and the potential it brings for future success. “We look forward to our ongoing partnership with Women’s Health USA. Our dual focus will be on maintaining our leadership position as an OBGyn specialty group and on broadening our strategies so that we can better meet patient demand for convenience and care coordination. This partnership allows us to maintain our focus on the best patient care as we move into our next stage of growth.

Goran Dragolovic, CEO at Women’s Health USA, commented on the news: “Women’s Health Connecticut, and it high-quality reputation has long been an important partner to us. Our very strong and collaborative relationship allows us learn from each other and apply our respective strengths to advancing the interests of women’s health. We are energized by this partnership extension, believing we can help create next generation services in the care and convenience we provide for women.

Women’s Health Connecticut is a group of 250+ OBGyn physicians and mid-level providers in Connecticut. The practice consists of 84 branch locations geographically dispersed across Connecticut.
The addition of this new partnership expands Women’s Health USA’s visibility as a premier national women’s health services company – now active in 6 states and serving more than 750,000 patients annually.

With a comprehensive suite of business management services, Women’s Health USA partners with OBGyn, reproductive endocrinology, and other specialty women’s health practices across the United States. It has a 20-year history of implementing creative growth strategies supporting streamlined operational costs, payer alignment, merger and acquisition plans, ancillary services development, marketing, and risk management services. Its unique partnership model enables physicians and physician groups to maintain their independence, while leveraging the resources of a national organization.