Addus HomeCare expands in Ohio

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Addus HomeCare Corp. announced Monday it has acquired a Cleveland home health care agency.

Downers Grove-based Addus HomeCare said Priority Home Health Care Inc. operates six offices in the Cleveland, Akron and Columbus areas. Priority is expected to report $11 million in revenue for 2014.

“We are pleased to announce the purchase of Priority Home Health Care, which substantially expands our footprint in Ohio, a state we first entered a year ago,” Addus HomeCare president and CEO Mark Heaney said in a news release.

Addus HomeCare reported net income of $8.3 million and revenue of $230.3 million for the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2014. The company has 121 offices in 21 states and serves more than 26,000 clients.

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