Effective Dec. 1, 2019, the partnership creates the largest urology group in the United States with 155 providers in 60 locations, including six cancer treatment centers.
Combined, the organizations will have more robust resources for patients and employees alike and be able to better serve patients in central New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
UCA physicians will continue to provide care in their existing offices serving Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, and Somerset counties in New Jersey, and Bucks County in Pennsylvania.
“We are proud to welcome Urology Care Alliance (UCA) to the NJU family,” Scott Ciccarelli, chief executive officer at UMA, said. “Their innovative practices, centralized locations, and best-in-class urology care increases our ability to provide outstanding patient care. With the addition of UCA’s treatment center, NJU now has six state-of-the-art cancer treatment centers across the state. Our rapid growth validates NJU as a leader in comprehensive urologic services that enables outstanding patient outcomes and facilitates practice growth.”
Henry Bloom, founder of The Bloom Organization – which served as buy-side advisor to UMA – said: “We are pleased to be able to support the growth of NJU and UMA and look forward to continuing to build the leading platform in the urology industry.”