Acadia Healthcare chief executive Debbie Osteen is not ruling out the company going private in the future, reported the Nashville Business Journal.
During Acadia's fourth-quarter results presentation, Osteen said she was evaluating the company's standing, but plans to present her strategy for its future direction in May during the next earnings call.
When asked by an analyst if her review includes considering strategic alternatives such as a buyout, Osteen said "I would say that it's going to be very comprehensive."
Osteen was named CEO in December after Acadia's board of directors voted to oust long-time chairman and chief executive Joey Jacobs.
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