Benevis has appointed Craig Albright as its chief executive officer. The company manages dental support operations in 16 states for nearly 200 clinics.
“We are pleased to welcome Craig as our new CEO. He brings the right experience and skills to lead Benevis in the next stage of its growth,” said Daniel D. Crowley, executive chairman.
“Our company has a great team supporting excellent dentists, and the organization is a robust platform on which to build. Craig is the right leader for Benevis as it continues to grow and serve the dental community,” said Crowley.
Albright has more than 25 years of experience leading successful growth and transformation strategies at healthcare organizations, Benevis said. Most recently, Albright was CEO of InHealth Medical Alliance, a primary care physician group in Florida.
Previously, Albright was CEO of JSA Healthcare Corporation and CEO and/or a board member of several portfolio companies of Three Arch Partners, including Free and Clear, Gentiae Clinical Research, and US HealthWorks.
“As an organization dedicated to supporting high-quality care and patient service and distinguished by the caliber of the dentists affiliated with it, Benevis is exceptionally well positioned for a leadership role in the dental industry in the months and years ahead,” said Albright.
“I look forward to working with our team at Benevis to continue building an enduring organization that attracts and supports the nation’s best dental practitioners. This organization was founded with a mission to expand access to high-quality care in underserved communities, especially for children, and I am proud to become part of that tradition,” he said.
New Mountain Capital recently acquired LT Smile Corporation under section 363 of the US Bankruptcy Code. Benevis is among LT Smile Corporation’s subsidiaries, and it recently filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code.
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