Selectis Health Enters Definitive Purchase and Sale Agreement for Archway Transitional Care Center in Georgia

- Archway Nursing Facility and Related Property to be Sold for $6.75 Million -

Greenwood Village, Colorado, May 09, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Selectis Health, Inc. (OTC: GBCS) ("Selectis" or the "Company") announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Goodwill Hunting, LLC (the “Seller”), has executed and delivered a definitive Purchase and Sale Agreement (the “PSA”) to sell certain real property located in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia, including the skilled nursing facility known as Archway Transitional Care Center1 (collectively, “the Archway Property”). Pursuant to the PSA, Bibb County Holdings II, LLC (the “Purchaser”) has agreed to purchase the Archway Property for $6.75 million, subject to certain prorations, holdbacks, and adjustments customary in transactions of this nature.

The Seller and Purchaser entered into the PSA on May 1, 2024 (the “Effective Date”). Under the terms of the PSA, the Purchaser has a 45-day period from and after the Effective Date in which to undertake any due diligence or inspections of the Archway Property (the “Inspection Period”) where deemed necessary and appropriate, including obtaining a fair market value appraisal. Upon full satisfaction or select waiver of the Purchaser’s closing conditions, the Purchaser and Seller shall consummate and close the sale of the Archway Property approximately 15 days after the expiration of the Inspection Period.

Prior to the Inspection Period’s expiration, the Purchaser shall have the right to terminate the PSA for any reason or no reason by delivering written notice to the Seller. In the event of termination, the Purchaser shall receive a full refund of the initial $50,000 deposit delivered to the Seller’s escrow agent.

Following completion of the transaction, the Company and its wholly owned affiliates will continue to own and operate its Eastman Healthcare & Rehabilitation, Glen Eagle Nursing & Rehabilitation, Providence of Sparta Healthcare & Rehabilitation, and Warrenton Healthcare & Rehabilitation facilities in the state of Georgia. The Company’s total remaining footprint is summarized below:

Remaining Facilities Post-Transaction

FacilityBedsFacility TypeState
Grand Prairie Nursing Home1141Skilled NursingAR
Eastman Healthcare & Rehabilitation100Skilled NursingGA
Glen Eagle Nursing & Rehabilitation101Skilled NursingGA
Providence of Sparta Healthcare & Rehabilitation71Skilled NursingGA
Warrenton Healthcare & Rehabilitation110Skilled NursingGA
Meadowview Healthcare & Rehabilitation99Skilled NursingOH
Higher Call Healthcare & Rehabilitation86Skilled NursingOK
Maple Street Healthcare & Rehabilitation29Skilled NursingOK
Park Place Healthcare & Rehabilitation106Skilled NursingOK
Southern Hills Assisted Living Facility224Assisted LivingOK
Southern Hills Healthcare & Rehabilitation2106Skilled NursingOK
Southern Hills Retirement Facility290Independent LivingOK

1 Leased facilities operated by third parties.
2 All located on the same campus in Tulsa, OK.

Adam Desmond, CEO of Selectis Health, commented: “With the additional capital from the sale of the Archway Property, we expect to enhance our balance sheet and achieve greater flexibility towards optimizing our remaining facility footprint. We are working diligently to close this transaction, and we remain opportunistic in pursuing further real estate and operational rationalization initiatives.”

For more information on the transaction, please see the Company’s associated Form 8-K disclosure, as filed on May 8, 2024.

About Selectis Health

Selectis Health owns and/or operates healthcare facilities in Arkansas, Georgia, Ohio, and Oklahoma, providing a wide array of living services, speech, occupational, physical therapies, social services, and other rehabilitation and healthcare services. Selectis focuses on building strategic relationships with local communities in which its partnership can improve the quality of care for facility residents. With its focused growth strategy, Selectis intends to deepen its American Southcentral and Southeastern market presence to better serve the aging population along a full continuum of care.

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 *strategic business relationships;
 *statements about our future business plans and strategies;
 *anticipated operating results and sources of future revenue;
 *our organization’s growth;
 *adequacy of our financial resources;
 *development of markets;
 *competitive pressures;
 *changing economic conditions; and,
 *expectations regarding competition from other companies.
 *the duration and scope of the COVID-19 pandemic
 *the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on occupancy rates and on the operations of the Company’s facilities.
 *Actions governments take in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the introduction of public health measures and other regulations affecting our properties and our operations.
 *The effects of health and safety measures adopted by us in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
 *Increased operational costs because of health and safety measures related to COVID-19.
 *Disruptions to our property acquisition and disposition activities due to economic uncertainty caused by COVID-19.
 *General economic uncertainty in key markets as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and a worsening of global economic conditions or low levels of economic growth.

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 *changes in general economic and business conditions affecting the healthcare industry;
 *developments that make our facilities less competitive;
 *changes in our business strategies;
 *the level of demand for our facilities; and
 *regulatory changes affecting the healthcare industry and third-party payor practices.

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