Nationwide provider Foresight Mental Health has purchased Psychiatric Addictive Curative Therapies (PACT) Atlanta LLC, a multidisciplinary mental health practice that is based in Decatur, Georgia.
PACT operates 14 clinics in the Atlanta area, with its care teams consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, licensed practical counselors and social workers. PACT provides behavioral therapies including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and ketamine along with offering medications and telehealth services.
PACT accepts a number of insurances in addition to self-pay options.
“We’re thrilled to welcome the PACT providers to the Foresight family,” Foresight Co-Founder Douglas Hapeman said in a press release issued by the company. “Their commitment to patient care has been the driving force of their success.”
Headquartered in Berkeley, California, Foresight provides in-person and virtual services such as psychiatry, therapy, neuropsychology and TMS across 25 states. In addition to psychiatrists, therapists and neuropsychologists, Foresight’s care team is supported by nutritionists, software engineers, data scientists and researchers.
Foresight currently provides telehealth services to residents throughout Georgia along with operating a physical clinic in the state, which is located in Macon. Foresight has plans soon to open six in-person clinics in Georgia, according to its website.
Foresight accepts most major commercial insurances.
“We’re pleased to have this opportunity to reach more patients in need by becoming part of the progressive Foresight Mental Health team,” Todd Antin, the founder and CEO of PACT, said in the press release. “[W]ith this new chapter, we’ll be able to make a significant, ongoing impact in the lives of those in need in our state.”
Foresight completed a Series B funding round last July in which it raised $25 million, according to financial data company PitchBook.