Warsaw-based private equity firm Abris Capital Partners has bought the entire shareholding in Scanmed, a Polish healthcare network operator, for €76m.
The purchase, made by the Abris CEE Mid-Market III LP fund, is for 100% of the shares in Scanmed from the seller Life Healthcare Group Holdings.
Scanmed operates in 42 locations across Poland, providing primary healthcare and specialist consultations, advanced diagnostics and hospital treatment.
In a statement Abris said it planned “to support Scanmed in the extension of its service offering and geographical coverage, as well as in the continued improvement of its medical facilities and care in key therapeutic areas”.
Scanmed also plans to increase commercial revenues in orthopaedics, ophthalmology, rehabilitation and urogynecology, and to open new labs and surgery units.
Abris’ previous investments in the healthcare sector include ITP S.A., a Polish vendor of aesthetic medicine products, and Dentotal Protect, a distributor of dental consumables, instruments and equipment in Romania.
The transaction is subject to regulatory approvals and is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021.
Source: Private Equity News
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