Young Moore’s reputation in Health Care Law stems from a practice dedicated to the distinct nature and needs of the health care industry.
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Our Health Care Industry Team represents virtually every type of entity operating in or related to the health care industry. These entities include: academic medical centers (AMCs), community hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs), assisted living facilities (ALFs), skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), dentists and dental practices, durable medical equipment (DME) suppliers, home health agencies, hospices, information technology companies, insurance companies, pharmacies, physicians and physician practices, rehabilitation services, and specialty hospitals. In addition, our attorneys offer our clients the advantages of a multidisciplinary business law firm, with counsel available in the areas of corporate law, regulatory and administrative law, employment, employee benefits, estate planning, wealth preservation, and real estate.
Young Moore attorneys regularly represent health care providers, including hospitals, long term care facilities, home health agencies, specialty hospitals, physicians, and physician practices, as well as individual officers and employees of such companies, in a variety of matters, including defending cases of alleged medical malpractice, professional licensure actions, regulatory and compliance issues, and alternative dispute resolution. Our attorneys also work with individual health care providers in meeting their personal legal needs including business planning, estate and tax planning, asset protection, and wealth preservation.
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Health Care Industry Team
Meet our attorneys with experience servicing clients within the health care industry. To locate an attorney focused on a specific area of health care, please select from the related practice areas pictured above.
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