M/C Partners has completed a strategic investment in Edafio Technology Partners, according to media reports.

Edafio, based in North Little Rock, Ark., is a managed services provider. Founded in 1999, the company range of services includes healthcare consulting.

M/C Partners, based in Boston, is a private equity firm that invests in small and mid-size businesses in the digital infrastructure and technology services sectors. Investments typically range in size from $10 million to $50 million of equity.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

Ampersand Capital Partners has announced it has sold portfolio company Adaptas Solutions to IMI.

Adaptas, based in Palmer, Mass., provides components for complex laboratory instruments in the life sciences, diagnostics and lab automation markets.

IMI, formerly Imperial Metal Industries, is a British-based engineering company that designs, manufactures and services engineered products that control the movement of fluids.

Ampersand, based in Wellesley, Mass., is a middle market private equity firm with a focus on growth equity investments in the healthcare sector. Founded in 1988, the firm typically pursues majority or minority positions in companies generating between $10 million and $100 million in revenue.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Sentinel Capital Partners has acquired TTG Imaging Solutions, according to a news release.

TTG, based in Pittsburgh, Pa., provides a range of products and services to cardiology, oncology and other types of providers. Founded in 2004, the company has grown significantly in recent years, completing nine transactions since March 2019.

Sentinel Capital Partners, based in New York, is focused on the lower end of the middle market. Founded in 1995, the firm pursues a wide variety of transactions in several industry sectors, including healthcare.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.

The Jordan Company has announced it has closed The Resolute Fund V with approximately $5 billion in commitments.

The fund was oversubscribed and hit its hard cap.

The Jordan Company, founded in 1982 and headquartered in New York, is a middle market private equity firm that invests in a wide range of industries in North America, including healthcare.

Finback Investment Partners has invested in Equality Health, according to a news release.

Equality, based in Phoenix and founded in 2015, is a population health risk management company and provider of value-based physician networks focused on improving care delivery for underserved populations.

Finback, based in Coral Gables, Fla., is a private equity firm targeting investments across the middle market and growth equity. The firm closed on its debut private equity fund in September. It is pursuing investments in verticals including healthcare and several others.

Terms of the investment by Finback in Equality were not disclosed.

Avesi Partners has announced it has invested in Danforth Advisors.

Danforth, based in Waltham, Mass., is a provider of strategic and operational finance and accounting for life science companies. The company states that it has served more than 750 private and public life science companies across the sectors of drug discovery and development, medical devices, precision medicine and digital health.

Avesi, based in Stamford, Conn., is a private equity firm focused on healthcare services, healthcare technology and business services. Founded in 2021, the firm is targeting lower middle market companies with about $10 million to $30 million of EBITDA.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

Nautic Partners has announced it received a strategic investment from Blackstone GP Stakes.

Nautic, based in Providence, R.I., is a middle market private equity firm focused on investments in healthcare and a few other sectors. The firm prefers to make $50 million to $400 million-plus equity commitments in a variety of growth, consolidation and buyout opportunities of North American companies with enterprise values from $100 million to $1 billion and more.

Blackstone GP Stakes pursue long-term, minority investments in the management companies of private equity firms. Two funds comprise Blackstone‘s GP Stakes strategy: Blackstone Strategic Capital Holdings I and II.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.

MidOcean Partners has announced it has acquired GHR Healthcare.

GHR, based in Plymouth Meeting, Pa., is a provider of healthcare staffing services offering travel nursing, local nursing, per diem nursing, allied health, behavioral health, education, information technology, revenue cycle, managed services provider, interim leadership and permanent placement services to healthcare facilities. The company states it operates three national divisions and 11 locations.

MidOcean, based in New York, is a middle market private equity firm focused on the business services and consumer sectors. Founded in 2003, the firm targets control investments in U.S. companies with enterprise values between $100 and $500 million with minimum equity contribution of $25 million.

Terms of the acquisition where not disclosed.

Ascend Partners has announced it has closed its inaugural fund, Ascend Capital Partners Fund I, with total committed capital of $570 million.

The Fund was oversubscribed and hit its hard cap.

Ascend Partners, based in New York, is a growth-oriented, healthcare-focused private equity firm. Founded in 2019, Ascend is led by co-founders In Seon Hwang, formerly of Warburg Pincus, and Dr. Richard Park, formerly of CityMD.

The firm indicated it will be using its funding to target investments in the “large and fragmented physician practice management market.”

Quilvest Capital Partners has announced it has acquired a majority interest in UrgentMED.

UrgentMED, based in West Hollywood, Calif., is an independent network of urgent care clinics in Southern California. Founded in 2007, the organization currently operates 35 locations.

Quilvest, with its North American operations based in New York, is the multi-strategy alternatives division of the Quilvest Group. The company’s “private equity direct team” pursues majority or influential minority positions in lower middle market companies in a wide range of sectors, including healthcare.

Terms of the investment were not disclosed.