Pennsylvania company buys, renames Complex Care Hospital in Meridian

adutton@idahostatesman.comJune 11, 2013 

A Pennsylvania company has purchased and renamed Complex Care Hospital of Idaho, a hospital in Meridian.

Vibra Healthcare bought the hospital, located at 2131 S. Bonito Way in Meridian, on June 1 and renamed it Vibra Hospital of Boise.

Vibra Healthcare owns and operates more than 50 specialty hospitals and rehabilitation centers in 12 states. It already was operating the Boise hospital while Complex Care's parent company went through bankruptcy.

Complex Care Hospital was a subsidiary of LCI Holdco, the parent company of LifeCare Holdings Inc. of Plano, Texas. That company received approval in April from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware to sell Complex Care and other assets.

"Throughout Vibra's interim management of the hospital we have been working diligently to ensure exceptional care for our patients, their families and to provide a seamless transition for our new employees," said Brad Hollinger, founder, chairman and CEO of Vibra Healthcare, in a press release.

Hollinger said the company will offer "market specific programs and services" to the Boise area but did not provide details.

The purchase price was not disclosed.

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