Partner, Chief Development Officer
US Behavioral Partners
Brent Nash is responsible for growth initiatives including de novo hospital and outpatient development, mergers & acquisitions, and Springstone’s long-term financial planning. Prior to joining U.S. Behavioral Partners, Brent also led development at Springstone, as well as the creation of the company’s procurement function in 2018, as well as oversaw Springstone’s payor relations function. Brent has nearly two decades of health care services and finance experience. Prior to Springstone, Brent was a member of Humana’s Corporate Development team, where he focused on mergers and acquisitions and evaluated deals in many sectors including the Medicare Advantage, pharmacy, provider, and population health spaces. Before Humana, Brent was an Associate at Genstar Capital, a San Francisco-based private equity firm. At Genstar, he helped to identify, evaluate and execute acquisitions in the life sciences and health care services sectors. Brent started his career at Goldman, Sachs & Co. where he spent several years in Goldman’s Investment Banking and the Private Wealth Management Divisions. Prior to embarking on his corporate career, he spent time on the ski slopes of Copper Mountain in Colorado where he was a Guest Services Representative.
Nash earned a BS and MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.