Nashville-based Urgent Team announced Thursday that it has raised an $18 million round of funding.

The round was led by Fort Worth, Texas-based Crestline Investors Inc., along with existing investors SV Health Investors, Petra Capital Partners and River Cities Capital Funds, according to a news release. Urgent Team, which has 41 urgent and family care centers throughout Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama, plans to use the money for acquisitions and to develop more facilities, according to the release.

Read full announcement here.

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