Wimbledon Health Partners Experiences 386% Growth in 2015 and Expects to Become Billion Dollar Entity in 12-18 Months

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Exceptional growth and a significant increase in market share in the diagnostic testing industry has caught Wall Street’s attention as Wimbledon Health Partners moves towards a public offering or numerous private equity deals. Growth expected to more than double in 2016; Wimbledon Health Partners prepares to take its diagnostic testing model worldwide.

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My goal is to make Wimbledon Health Partners a billion dollar entity within 12-18 months based on a multiplier of EBIDTA and then double every 2-5 years.

Wimbledon Health Partners, the industry leader in on-site diagnostic testing for physicians and athletic programs, closed 2015 with explosive annual growth of 386% in its revolutionary diagnostic testing program. The company’s success is due in no small part to Wimbledon Health Partners’ athletic testing divisions, Wimbledon U and Wimbledon Athletics, created out of the demand for diagnostic testing of young athletes of high school and college age. During 2015, Wimbledon U and Wimbledon Athletics tested an increasing number of student athletes for asymptomatic cardiac abnormalities and underlying vascular conditions at high schools, colleges, universities, and sports facilities across the country to address the rising incidence of sudden cardiac arrest and cardiovascular disease among young athletes.

In response to the huge increase in demand for on-site diagnostic testing during 2015, Wimbledon Health Partners (WHP) bolstered its internal infrastructure by increasing office space by more than 20,000 square feet and adding close to 300 new employees. Expansion of its executive team included the addition of key positions: Chief Sales Officer, Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Legal Officer. The company is continually adding world-renowned physicians to the WHP team and is assembling an advisory council composed of multi-disciplinary physicians and health professionals to provide guidance on groundbreaking diagnostic testing protocols to identify cardiac abnormalities that can cause sudden cardiac death and vascular conditions that can hinder athlete performance and cause serious health issues for young adults involved in school and league athletic programs.

Growth of Wimbledon Health Partners is expected to more than double in 2016 and continue to achieve double-digit growth every year thereafter as more schools and athletic programs take an active role in protecting their athletes from potentially life-threatening cardiac abnormalities and vascular conditions. The company is already drawing attention in the marketplace for a potential public offering or numerous private equity deals as it continues to significantly grow market share in the United States and put measures in place to expand globally.

The company’s CEO, Mitchell Rubin, states, “Due to our phenomenal growth this year, which is expected to continue, we are poised to go public or stay private—whatever it takes to create the best cardiovascular testing program out there and to save the most lives. We have a proven business model that has already gained the attention of Wall Street, and given the right conditions, we are more than prepared to take our model worldwide. My goal is to make Wimbledon Health Partners a billion dollar entity within 12-18 months based on a multiplier of EBIDTA and then double every 2-5 years.”

About Wimbledon Health Partners:

Wimbledon Health Partners formed in 2013 to meet the need for on-site diagnostic testing at physicians’ offices. The industry leader, Wimbledon Health Partners provides physicians with state-of-the-art, in-office testing to detect circulatory conditions and cardiac abnormalities using vascular ultrasound and echocardiography.

About Wimbledon Athletics:

Wimbledon Athletics, the newest division of Wimbledon Health Partners, is pioneering the way for high schools, colleges, universities, and sports facilities to test students for vascular conditions and for unsuspected cardiac abnormalities to help minimize sudden cardiac death among young athletes.

For more information on how your office or school can partner with Wimbledon Health Partners, visit us at http://www.dxtesting.com or call us at (855) 200-8262.

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