InSight Imaging and its subsidiaries have emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, marking the elimination of nearly $300 million worth of debt and prepackaged corporate restructuring.
Based in Lake Forest, Calif., the imaging provider said it completed a successful financial restructuring, in which Insight Health Services and other subsidiaries have wiped clean most debt. The majority of the company’s equity is now owned by Black Diamond Capital Management, an asset management firm with offices in Greenwich, Conn., and Lake Forest, Ill.
InSight will receive working capital from a revolving credit facility with Healthcare Finance Group, an operation worth up to $17.5 million, the company said. “This is an exciting day for Insight, as we emerge from our restructuring with essentially no debt, the strongest balance sheet in our business, and a great opportunity to get back to growing our business,” commented Kip Hallman, InSight’s president and CEO.