Bristol Hospice Expands Footprint in Utah with Acquisition of Brighton Home Health & Hospice


Salt Lake City, Utah (November 5th, 2018) — Bristol Hospice, a portfolio Company of Webster Capital, is pleased to announce its acquisition of the Utah operations of Brighton Home Health & Hospice (“Brighton” or the “Company”), a leading hospice provider in Utah that services an average daily census of 100+ home health patients and 170+ hospice patients.

“The professionals at Brighton have a reputation of delivering exceptional patient care, and that drew us to this opportunity,” said Hyrum Kirton, Bristol Hospice CEO.

The Utah operations of Brighton represent the third acquisition by Bristol Hospice this year, following the acquisition of Optimal Health Services and the Colorado operations of Suncrest Hospice earlier in Q3. Bristol Hospice is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah and will provide services from 24 locations across eight states. Webster invested in Bristol Hospice in November 2017 with the goal of providing the highest quality care hospice and palliative care services to meet the physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs of individuals at the end of life.

About Webster Capital
Founded in 2003, Webster Capital is a private equity firm that invests in the branded consumer and healthcare services industries and provides equity financing, expertise, and a broad contact network for management buyouts and growth capital. Webster is currently investing out of its fourth fund with $875 million of capital. For additional information on Webster Capital, please visit

About Bristol Hospice
Bristol Hospice operates and manages hospice programs in eight states. The Bristol Programs are designed to promote quality and comprehensive hospice services to patients and families in the communities they serve. The Bristol leadership is committed to the company’s vision and mission in the delivery of our hospice services. The Company holds firm to its values and mission – Embracing a Reverence for Life. For additional information on Bristol please visit