Mergers and Acquisitions

Village Health Partners Merges with Texas Family Medicine

Plano primary care practice Village Health Partners has merged with Texas Family Medicine, expanding VHP’s reach into Frisco. Both practices are part of the Catalyst Health Network, whose goal is to empower independent primary care physicians while providing comprehensive care.

“Village Health Partners is excited for the opportunity to continue to serve the North Texas community through our merger with Texas Family Medicine,” said Village Health Partners Chief Operations Officer Patrick Figures via release. “We believe this will help bring better services to patients, drawing on the strengths of both practices.”

The merger will expand the two practices’ ability to provide preventative care, manage acute and chronic illness, offer mental health, nutrition, endocrinology, and dermatology services, and more. VHP is one of the largest independent led practices in Texas, and the two practices will serve 90,000 patients in the Plano, McKinney, and Frisco area.

“We have long-standing ties to the city of Frisco and are proud to call the rest of North Texas our family,” said Brandi Cook, Texas Family Medicine administrator via release.

“Village Health Partners has always put the patient first, focusing on compassionate, convenient, and high-quality care, and we believe that Texas Family Medicine shares our values and culture,” said Dr. Jamison Albracht, Village Health Partners president via release. “We look forward to seeing Frisco as part of our home.”


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