top of page

$1 Million Private Duty Homecare Agency in Southwest Illinois

Listing Code:

ILPD1B

State:

Illinois

Category:

Home Care & Home Health

Asking Price:

$700,000

Revenue:

$1,000,000

ILPD1B
American HealthCare Capital is pleased to introduce a Private Duty Homecare agency that is for sale in Southwest Illinois. This family owned company was established nearly 20 years ago and provides non-medical home care services. Their service area spans 5 surrounding counties. The company\’s payer mix is 90% Private Pay and 10% VA and Worker\’s Comp. Gross revenues have steadily grown over the past few years and were approximately $725,000 in 2015 with an adjusted EBITDA of $138,000. In 2016 their gross revenues were $977,560 with an adjusted EBITDA of $193,201. They are on track to gross approximately $1.2 Million in 2017. They currently have 40 clients, of which 1 receives 24 hour care, and they are billing around 4300 hours per month. Further growth could be achieved with stronger marketing and recruiting efforts. All employees are expected to stay on under new ownership and the seller would be willing to assist during a transitional period. The asking price for this opportunity is $700,000.

Inquire About This Listing:

In order to learn more about our listing, you must:

1. Complete a Buyer Profile:

This profile will be used to pre-qualify buyers and determine whether we can share additional details about our listings. If you have already completed a Buyer Profile, disregard.

YOU ONLY NEED TO COMPLETE A BUYER PROFILE ONCE. 

2. Sign NDA with Listing Code:

To learn more about this listing, you must sign an NDA. When completing the NDA, you will need to copy the exact LISTING CODE and LISTING TITLE.

Listing Code:

ILPD1B

Listing Title:

$1 Million Private Duty Homecare Agency in Southwest Illinois

Heading 4

Contact the Team

Jack Eskenazi President American Healthcare Capital

Jack Eskenazi

President/Founder

American HealthCare Capital

Dr. Allen Nazeri DDS MBA.jpg

Dr. Allen Nazeri 

Managing Partner

PRIME exits

bottom of page