Congratulations to our distinguished CEO, Dr. Adma, for acquiring two new businesses that will expand the reach of quality mental healthcare in the Kansas City area! Combined, all three businesses offer assistance in psychotherapy, psychological testing, psychiatric medication management, along with the opportunity to participate in psychiatric medical research.
Dr. Adma, thank you for your leadership and determination! IPC is proud to stand alongside you in this mission.
The Kansas City Business Journal article below highlights these details along with Dr. Adma’s passion to make all-encompassing psychiatric services and research available to those in the Midwest.
By Ellen Cagle Digital Reporter, Kansas City Business Journal
CEO of Integrated Psychiatric Consultants Dr. Vishal Adma acquired a business in Overland Park and part ownership another in Prairie Village, according to a release from IPC.
Adma aims to establish an all-encompassing psychiatric services group in Kansas City area, the release said. The Overland Park business is called Responsive Centers for Psychology and Learning, and the Prairie Village operation is Collective Medical Research.
Combined, the three groups can offer assistance in psychotherapy, psychological testing, psychiatric medication management services and the ability to participate in research.
Adma anticipates the businesses will grow a total of 25% over the next year. IPC ranks No. 245 on the Kansas City Business Journal‘s List of Top Private Companies with 2020 revenue of $5.77 million.
A board-certified psychiatrist and a physician executive, Adma has owned and operated IPC for more than 20 years. IPC provides care to children, adolescents, adults and older adult patients in inpatient, residential and outpatient programs.
IPC will work with Collective Medical Research to offer new medications for diseases such as Major Depressive Disorder, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, ADHD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Fibromyalgia, migraine headache and stuttering, among others.
Responsive Centers has psychologists, licensed clinical therapists, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners on staff that serve more than 3,000 patients in the metro area.
IPC has 47 employees. The acquisition of the two other businesses will add an additional 55 people.