Acquisition Expands Traditions Health to Arizona 

Traditions Health, LLC, today extended its footprint to the Arizona market through the acquisition of Reflections Hospice and Palliative Care in Mesa.

“I am extremely excited to expand our services to Arizona,” said Bryan Wolfe, the President and CEO of Traditions. “This is an enormous accomplishment for our organization, and we are very honored to begin serving the people of this great state.”

Prior to the acquisition, Reflections was a division of Centrix Health Resources, an integrated care organization that provides home health, skilled nursing, home medical equipment, and other services in addition to hospice care. Centrix President and CEO Tarik Shirif will be joining Traditions Health in a business development role.


This is the latest in a spate of acquisitions by Traditions and the second to expand its operations beyond the company’s home state of Texas. Last month the company purchased Hospice Connection, which provides care in the Dallas metropolitan area, for an undisclosed sum.

In early 2018 Traditions expanded to California through the acquisition of ProCare Hospice Corp., also for an undisclosed amount. Later that year Traditions purchased Family First Hospice, Inc., headquartered in Ennis, Tex.

The company completed two acquisitions during 2017, including Hallmark Hospice and CareTeam Home Health, both located in Texas. Financial terms for both transactions were confidential.


The Reflections transaction is the tenth bolt-on Traditions has completed since becoming a portfolio company of Dorilton Capital Advisors, LLC, in 2011. Dorilton is a privately-owned equity firm that provides long term capital to mid-market companies across a variety of industries.

In addition to its new Arizona holding, Traditions provides hospice care and other health care services to more than 60 counties in Texas as well as nearly 70 communities in Southern California. The company offers traditional hospice services, including medication management, physician and nursing care, social work, counseling, chaplain, volunteer, and bereavement, as well as medical equipment and supplies related to the hospice diagnosis.