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Landmark Health Names New Chief Financial Officer


Following an extensive search, Landmark Health ("Landmark"), an
industry leader of in-home, risk-based medical care, announced today
that Brandon Kerns has been hired as the Company's Chief Financial
Officer (CFO), effective August 13, 2018.

Brandon brings significant financial and healthcare investment
experience to the role, most recently serving as Vice President at
General Atlantic, a global growth equity firm, where he focused on
making investments in the healthcare services and technology sectors.

"What is particularly exciting is that Brandon is joining us from
General Atlantic, Landmark's investment partner, where he evaluated
hundreds of healthcare companies and was so convicted in our innovative
model that he decided to join us," states Chris Goldsmith, President of
Landmark. "With his background, he brings deep market knowledge and will
be a key addition to our executive team."

"I'm thrilled to join a high-caliber team at Landmark that is pushing
the boundaries of true, value-based health care," said Brandon Kerns. "I
look forward to helping Landmark further execute on its mission and
serve many more patients and their families across the country."

Prior to joining General Atlantic in 2010, Brandon was an investment
banker at Morgan Stanley, also within the healthcare sector. Brandon
received his Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics and Management
from Cornell University and his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of

Brandon joins Landmark in a period of tremendous growth. This year, the
Company has entered seven new states and is bringing in-home medical
care to thousands of complex patients in communities across the country.
Beyond growth, Landmark continues to prove strong outcomes with improved
mortality rates for engaged patients, and a net promoter score of 90,
which is a strong testament to the satisfaction of the care Landmark
patients receive.

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About Landmark

Landmark is an industry leader of home-based medical care for patients
with complex health needs, covering more than 80,000 lives. Its
community-based, physician-led medical teams specialize in house calls
and deliver medical, behavioral, social and palliative care to
individuals with multiple chronic conditions wherever they reside, and
wherever they need it. Landmark's teams of mobile clinicians collaborate
with patients' families, caregivers and other medical providers to bring
coordinated healthcare to people who need it the most. Landmark operates
nationally, expanding coverage to reach 13 states in 2018. For more
information, visit

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