Judge OKs Univita's $2.5M Asset Sale To Fla. Home Care Co.

By Carolina Bolado (November 12, 2015, 4:39 PM EST) -- A Delaware bankruptcy judge signed off Thursday on the $2.5 million asset sale of bankrupt home health services provider Univita Health Inc. to Florida-based home care and medical supply company Integrated Home Care Investors one day after calling off a planned bankruptcy auction.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Mary Walrath approved the sale of Univita's assets to Miami Lakes-based stalking horse bidder Integrated Home Care after Univita Chapter 7 trustee David Carickhoff of Archer & Greiner PC called off an auction of the business.

"The principals of Integrated Home Care have extensive experience in the durable medical equipment industry and are familiar with...

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