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20/09/2018
LNT Care Developments has received planning permission to build a 66-bed care home in Bicester in Oxfordshire. The facility will provide residential and dementia care for those aged over 65 years.
20/09/2018
The Grange care home in Chorley, Lancashire, has been acquired by Dr Rana Hafeez Ur- Rehman, Dr Khalid Sultan and Dr Arshad Mahmood, with financial support from Barclays.
20/09/2018
Middleton Hall retirement village in Darlington is to become an employee-owned company from April 2019.
20/09/2018
Oxford VR has raised £3.2 million, with investors including Oxford Sciences Innovation, University of Oxford, Force Over Mass, RT Capital and GT Healthcare Capital Partners.
20/09/2018
London-based private equity house Literacy Capital has acquired UK healthcare services provider Mountain Healthcare
20/09/2018
Apposite Capital, a private equity firm with an exclusive focus on healthcare, has acquired medical imaging sector company Prime Health Diagnostics.
19/09/2018
Care provider Heathcotes Group, is rolling out gardens pods which provide its residents with a self-contained space.
19/09/2018
Private care provider The Regard Group has acquired Cornwall-based Solar Care Homes, offering 16 new beds in Redruth to adults with learning disabilities, autism and physical disabilities.

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The arrival of infrastructure funds in the healthcare sector may herald longer hold periods for many investments - but are there enough quality assets in the market to justify long-term plays, asks Rod James
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interview: Daya Thayan

Co-founder and chief executive of Kingsley Healthcare Daya Thayan is taking a family approach to growing the business. Sarah Williams travels to the head offices in Lowestoft to find out more
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Regulatory director, ex ‘tea girl’, and devoted new grandparent
Inmates of the UK’s prison service face a double bind of rising health issues and a growing shortage of medical staff, find Clare Connell and Ryan Perrott of Connell Consulting
As each month that passes brings a new chapter to the sleep-ins debate, HealthInvestor UK casts its eye over the history of the issue, and asks sector experts what the eventual outcome might be
Following the launch of a new medically-focused dermatology platform in July, Ross Davies asks if consolidators in this untapped UK market can look to replicate the returns seen in the likes of dental and veterinary
The arrival of infrastructure funds in the healthcare sector may herald longer hold periods for many investments – but are there enough quality assets in the market to justify long-term plays, asks Rod James
NHS supply chain management has had its false dawns before, but could models like Genesis Automation represent the start of longer-lasting change? Hannah Jane Thompson speaks to chief executive Noel O’Hanlon
Co-founder and chief executive of Kingsley Healthcare Daya Thayan is taking a family approach to growing the business. Sarah Williams travels to the head offices in Lowestoft to find out more
Chief executive and co-founder of Lantum Melissa Morris argues that, for technology to drive meaningful change, the NHS must open up its procurement approach and prioritise merit over bureaucracy


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company profile: Genesis Automation
NHS supply chain management has had its false dawns before, but could models like Genesis Automation represent the start of longer-lasting change? Hannah Jane Thompson speaks to chief executive Noel O'Hanlon
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Following the launch of a new medically-focused dermatology platform in July, Ross Davies asks if consolidators in this untapped UK market can look to replicate the returns seen in the likes of dental and veterinary
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A long-awaited funding settlement for the NHS, a new health secretary, and further delay for the green paper – plus ça change, reflects deputy editor Sarah Williams.

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