Revelstoke exits wound care company

The Denver-based firm has sold Accelecare Wound Centers to Healogics after less than one year

Denver-based Revelstoke Capital Partners has sold Accelecare Wound Centers to Healogics.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Healogics is backed by Clayton Dubilier & Rice.

Revelstoke acquired Accelcare from Bain Capital Ventures, SV Life Sciences, and River Cities Capital end of 2013.

Clayton Dubilier & Rice acquired Healogics in 2014 from Metalmark Capital and Scale Venture Partners for $910 million. Healogics is the largest advanced wound care services provider in the US. The acquisition of Accelecare will further expand Healogics existing platform.

Washington-based Accelecare provides wound care services through Accelecare Wound Centers, physical clinics for care, and Accelecare Wound Professionals, which provides wound care specialist physicians to skilled nursing facilities and hospital-based outpatient wound care facilities.

Healogics is based in Jacksonville, Florida.