Audax Private Equity has announced it has acquired GCX Mounting Solutions.

GCX, with its North American operations based out of Petaluma, Cali., is a global designer and manufacturer of healthcare-focused mounting and mobility solutions. Founded in 1971, the company’s products include wall mounts, roll stands, carts and a variety of mounting accessories.

Audax, with private equity offices in Boston, New York and San Francisco, focuses on investments in middle market companies and has a wide flexibility on investment size. Founded in 1999, the firm targets companies within healthcare and several other industries, specifically those generating between $10 million and $50 million in annual EBITDA.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Amulet Capital Partners has announced it has closed its second fund, Amulet Capital Partners II, in excess of $650 million in capital commitments.

The fund was oversubscribed, exceeding its initial target of $500 million.

Amulet Capital, based in Greenwich, Conn., is a middle market private equity investment firm focused exclusively on the healthcare sector. Founded in 2012, the firm typically invests between $25 million and $150 million in healthcare companies within segments that include life sciences outsourcing, payors and payor services, and providers and outsourced services.

Latticework Capital Management announced it has made a strategic investment in Healthcare Building Solutions.

Healthcare Building Solutions, based in Langhorne, Pa., offers project management, transition planning and facility activation services, medical equipment planning and development services. Founded in 2006, the company’s project portfolio includes new construction, remodeling and renovation projects.

Latticework Capital, based in Dallas, makes control equity investments in the lower middle market. Founded in 2015, the firm focuses exclusively on healthcare, specifically the provider services, hospital/major facilities, life sciences/pharmaceutical (pharmaceutical services and contract manufacturing for medical equipment/devices) and non-reimbursement industries. Latticework prefers to make more substantial investments from a dollars perspective.

McGuireWoods provided legal services to Latticework as part of the transaction.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

BelHealth Investment Partners has announced it has completed the sale of Care Advantage to Searchlight Capital Partners.

Care Advantage, based in Richmond, Va., offers in-home care services to patients across Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., and Delaware. Founded in 1988, the company states that it employs approximately 3,000 personal care aides, certified nursing assistants, skilled nurses and therapists.

BelHealth, based in New York, focuses on lower middle market companies. Founded in 2011, the firm seeks to invest between $20 million and $50 million in healthcare companies providing services and products and distribution.

Searchlight Capital, with its U.S. operations based out of New York, is a private investment firm that operates across North America and Europe. Searchlight Private Equity funds seek to make investments across a wide range of transaction types across a wide range of industries.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Patient Square Capital will acquire Summit BHC from FFL Partners and Lee Equity Partners, according to a news release.

Summit BHC, based in Franklin, Tenn., develops and operates behavioral health hospitals and addiction treatment centers throughout the country. Founded in 2013, the company’s primary focus is on psychiatric services and substance use disorder treatment.

Patient Square Capital, based in Menlo Park, Calif., is dedicated healthcare investment firm. Founded in 2020, the firm seeks investments across several healthcare industry subsectors, including products, services and technologies designed to improve health.

FFL Partners, based in San Francisco, invests in middle market companies within healthcare and business services. Founded in 1997, the firm generally commits $50 million to $200 million to individual transactions.

Lee Equity Partners is a New York-based private equity firm that focuses on control buyouts and growth capital financings in the middle market. Founded in 2006, the firm prefers to make more substantial investments in several sectors, including healthcare.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Thompson Street Capital Partners has announced it has acquired Vector Laboratories.

Vector, based in Burlingame, Calif., is the protein detection business unit of Maravai. Founded in 1976, the company manufacturers labeling and visual detection reagents for life science researchers conducting tissue-based protein detection and characterization.

Thompson Street Capital Partners, based in St. Louis, Mo., targets investments in middle market companies. Founded in 2000, the firm typically invests in healthcare and a few other sectors. Within healthcare, areas of interest include pharmaceutical logistics, connected health, and regulatory and compliance.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

Trinity Hunt Partners has announced it has closed a new fund, Trinity Hunt Partners VI, at its hard cap of $460 million.

The fund was oversubscribed, exceeding its initial target of $400 million.

Trinity Hunt, based in Dallas, is a growth-oriented private equity firm that targets small-cap companies in healthcare and a few other industries. Founded in 1993, the firm typically invests between $15 million and $50 million in companies with between $4 million to $25 million of EBITDA.

Linden Capital Partners has announced it has acquired RQM+ Corp. from DFW Capital Partners.

RQM+, based in Monroeville, Pa., is an international provider of regulatory, quality and compliance consulting services for medical device, in-vitro diagnostics and combination product manufacturing companies.

Linden, based in Chicago, is a private equity firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry. Founded in 2004, the firm pursues acquisition opportunities across the healthcare industry, including services, products and distribution companies, and prefers to make more substantial investments from a dollars perspective.

DFW, based in Teaneck, N.J., focuses on making control investments in lower middle market companies in healthcare and a few other sectors. Founded in 1983, DFW typically invests in companies with revenue of $20 million to $100 million and EBITDA of $3 million to $10 million.

Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

MBF Healthcare Partners II has announced it sold Acorn Health to Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board.

Acorn Health, based in Coral Gables, Fla., is a provider of applied behavior analysis therapy to children with autism spectrum disorder. Founded in 2018, the company serves more than 1,300 families and operates a network of 51 clinics across seven states.

MBF Healthcare Partners II, based in Coral Gables, Fla., is a middle market healthcare-focused private equity firm. Founded in 2005, the firm typically purses control equity and growth equity investments of $10 million to $50 million.

Ontario Teachers’, based in Toronto, Canada, is the administrator of one of Canada’s largest single-profession pension plans.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Sverica Capital Management has announced it has sold Women’s Health USA (WHUSA) to Unified Women’s Healthcare.

WHUSA, based in Avon, Conn., is a provider of practice management and value-based care services to women’s health providers. Founded in 1997, the company serves more than 600 physicians across seven states.

Sverica, with offices in Boston and San Francisco, pursues entrepreneur-operated businesses in the lower middle market. Founded in 1993, the firm invests in healthcare services and a few other sectors. Within healthcare, Sverica targets healthcare services, health IT, managed care and life sciences services companies.

Unified Women’s Healthcare, based in Boca Raton, Fla., is a practice management platform in women’s healthcare backed by Altas Partners, funds managed by the private equity group of Ares Management Corp. and Oak HC/FT.

Sverica will retain an equity investment in the combined company.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.