Podiatry Growth Partners Expands Columbus Presence
Podiatry Growth Partners, a leading management and growth partner to podiatry clinics, announced strategic partnerships with Step Lively Foot and Ankle Centers and Feet First Podiatry, two leading podiatry practices in Columbus, Ohio.
Led by Doctors Timothy Holmes and Richard Weiner, Step Lively’s four doctors provide first-class foot and ankle care to patients at five Columbus-area locations. Feet First Podiatry, led by Doctor Eugene Zoog, similarly provides the highest quality patient care services to the Columbus market with its two doctors at its two locations. Both practices are committed to growth plans that will allow them to serve more patients in the coming years. “Our team of physicians are proud to partner with Podiatry Growth Partners and its growing team of foot and ankle care leaders in Central Ohio,” said Dr. Holmes. “We are thrilled to join forces with other fantastic Columbus doctors and leverage the pool of resources that PGP provides to further elevate patient care in our community.”
Dr. Zoog added, “Feet First Podiatry is excited to join Podiatry Growth Partners and its syndicate of leading physicians. This partnership will allow us to continue to provide excellent patient care while also investing in new equipment and additional services as well.”
“The Step Lively and Feet First teams will be fantastic additions to the PGP family of practices,” said David Weiss, Chief Executive Officer of Podiatry Growth Partners. “These practices are leaders in one of the fastest growing and most economically resilient markets in the country. Its doctors and staff are dedicated professionals who abide by the highest professional and ethical standards. With PGP’s assistance, Step Lively and Feet First will continue along their successful paths—and will add new capabilities, too.” Weiss continued, “With partnerships with leading practices in Denver, Louisville, and Columbus, PGP is well on the way to building the preeminent national, integrated group of podiatry practices in the country.”Back