Matthew M. Brohm
Matt is a partner in the Healthcare practice and co-chair of the Healthcare Private Equity team.
His legal practice focuses on corporate transactions in the healthcare industry, where he has advised on hundreds of transactions involving private equity firms, health systems, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, home health agencies, behavioral health companies, physician practice management platforms, laboratories, pharmacies, and a wide variety of other providers. Clients rely upon Matt for level-headed legal advice when undertaking such important business transitions. They also call upon Matt’s legal and business skills to act as outside general counsel, advising on everything from major transactions to day-to-day legal matters.
Represented a large regional hospital system in the development of a system-wide, multi-specialty physician practice acquisition strategy and process; including all documentation and negotiation.
Represented a private equity client in its acquisition of a leading national provider of business support services to 350 dental offices in 17 states. AGG’s team worked to deliver regulatory diligence and transaction regulatory support, as well as credit facility-driven post-transaction regulatory work.
Represented a private equity client in its acquisition of three (3) physical therapy clinics.
Represented a private equity client in its acquisition of three (3) ophthalmology medical practices and their associated ambulatory surgical centers.
Represented Keplr Vision Services, an optometry practice management company backed by Imperial Capital Group, Ltd., on transactions since its launch in September 2017.
Represented Gwinnett Health System, Inc. in its merger transaction with Northside Hospital, Inc.
Advised Visionary Eye Partners, an eye care practice management company backed by Imperial Capital Group, Ltd. on numerous acquisitions of eye care practices throughout the U.S. in 2018.
Advised a private equity client on its acquisition of a national operator of more than 100 outpatient physical therapy clinics with a strong presence in the Southeast. AGG’s role included healthcare regulatory diligence, regulatory input for the transaction documents, and interfacing with lender counsel and reps and warranties underwriters.
Represented three private home care businesses in a simultaneous sale to a national private home care business.
Served as regulatory counsel on the sale of a large for-profit hospice provider to a private equity investment fund.
Advised a urology practice regarding a professional services agreement with a large integrated health system.
Advised a Georgia Hospital Authority regarding its restructuring under the Georgia Hospital Authorities Law.
Represented a Georgia healthcare system during a comprehensive on-site due diligence review for purposes of bond financing, including review of provider and vendor contracts for determining regulatory compliance, review of permits and licenses, and review of joint ventures. Assisted in the preparation of statements disclosing regulatory risk factors.
Represented a cardiovascular surgery practice with its integration into a large health system in Arkansas.
Represented a faith-based hospital in Georgia with its acquisition of numerous specialty practice groups.
Represented a hospital system in investigation of potential Stark and anti-kickback law violations and subsequently in the preparation and submission of a voluntary self-disclosure to the Office of Inspector General.
Represented a large hospital system in the negotiation and drafting of a specialty co-management arrangement including all corporate transactional agreements and development of applicable co-management measurement metrics in compliance with federal fraud and abuse requirements.
Represented a large integrated healthcare system in Georgia in the acquisition of three large cardiology practices as part of the establishment of a fully-integrated hospital-physician delivery system.
Represented the largest pulmonary practice in Georgia in its acquisition by a large integrated healthcare system.
Represented two large cardiology practices in Jacksonville, Florida with their integration into a large healthcare system.
Represented various ambulatory surgery centers and physician practice groups in the preparation of requests for Letters of non-Reviewability for the establishment of physician-owned ambulatory surgery centers and acquisition of diagnostic or therapeutic equipment.
Worked with a faith-based hospital system in a major southwestern U.S. metropolitan area and one of the country’s premier neurology groups, in designing and implementing a “co-management integration model” for the hospital’s neurology, neurosurgery, and neurosciences service line.
- Syracuse University College of Law, Juris Doctor,cum laude
- University of Georgia, Bachelor of Business Administration - Accounting,cum laude
- State of Georgia – 2007
- Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys, Board Member (2016-19)
- American Health Lawyers Association
- State Bar of Georgia, Health Law Section
- American College of Healthcare Executives
- American Bar Association, Health Law Section
- Best Lawyers in America®, Corporate Law, Real Estate Law, 2020-23
- “Up and Coming,” Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers, Healthcare, 2021-22
- “Rising Star,” Georgia Super Lawyers, 2018-21
News & Insights
- NewsAGG Earns Significant Practice and Attorney Rankings in Chambers USA 2023 GuideJune 1, 2023 | News Releases | Rankings & Recognition | Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
- PublicationsNew York Passes Law Targeting Healthcare TransactionsMay 11, 2023 | Alerts | Articles | Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
- PublicationsAGG Talks: Home Health & Hospice2023 | Podcasts | Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
AGG Talks: Home Health & Hospice Podcast
Our podcast series features AGG attorneys and guests discussing business opportunities and legal issues for our friends in the home health and hospice industries. While we do not provide care, we nevertheless consider ourselves part of the home health and hospice community. We enjoy sharing what we have learned after working with clients throughout the country, as well as giving our thoughts on new opportunities and challenges facing the industry, whether regulatory, reimbursement, compliance, or otherwise.