S&P 600 Component
|Industry||Managed health care|
|Headquarters||Scottsdale, Arizona, United States|
|Revenue||US$5.838 Billion (FY 2017) |
|US$110.141 Million (FY 2017) |
|Total assets||US$1.483 Billion (FY 2017) |
Number of employees
The company began as the psychiatric hospital chain Charter Medical, headquartered in Macon, Georgia. In 1992, the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, stemming from debt incurred as a result of 1988 management-led takeover.
After recovering from bankruptcy, it moved its headquarters to Atlanta in 1994. Acquiring a major stake in Green Spring Health Services Inc., a managed care company based in Columbia, Maryland, the company re-structured into a new holding company, changing its name to Magellan Health Services. In 1999 the company moved to Green Spring's old headquarters in Columbia, Maryland. In 2004, the company headquarters moved to Connecticut. In 2014, the company moved its headquarters from Connecticut to Scottsdale, Arizona.
In 1997 Magellan acquired Merit Behavioral Care Corporation, a company which provided mental health and substance abuse services, for $460 million in cash.
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- Magellan Health To Move Headquarters From Avon To Arizona
- "Magellan Health Services and Merit Behavioral Care Corp. announce merger agreement" (Press release). PR Newswire. 27 Oct 1997.