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21/11/2014
The Business Growth Fund (BGF) has invested £3.1 million of growth capital into Renal Services, taking a minority stake in the business.
21/11/2014
MPs are to debate the Private Members Bill in parliament today, which will discuss private providers’ role in the NHS.
20/11/2014
Woodleigh Care has appointed KPMG to explore future strategic options for the company including a sale, HealthInvestor understands.
20/11/2014
Specialist care provider Options Group has hired Catalyst Corporate Finance to carry out a strategic review of the business that could lead to its sale, HealthInvestor understands.
20/11/2014
Health and social care integration will not necessarily save the NHS money, a HSJ/Serco commission on healthcare for frail older people has concluded.
20/11/2014
Four Seasons Health Care has seen ebitda drop by 22.3% to £19.9 million (2013: £25.6 million) for the quarter ended 30 September 2014.
20/11/2014
SureCare managing director Gary Farrer has bought the franchise care business from Housing & Care 21, for an undisclosed sum.
19/11/2014
Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust could lose main services such as its accident and emergency department and be transformed into an elective hub.


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