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European LifeCare Group (ELCG) has acquired travel medicine company, CityDoc, with support from Inflexion Private Equity.
The Sandstone Care Group has acquired three homes from Orchard Care Homes.
Elder has raised another £8.2 million in its latest funding round, from Acton Capital and MMC Ventures, bringing its funding rounds total to £16.5 million.
The Partnership of East London Cooperatives has partnered with Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver a GP outreach service that provides health checks and treatment for homeless and rough sleepers.
The European healthcare market continues to attract increased investment volumes, with capital targeting the sector more than doubling since 2015 to €6.5 billion annually, according to a report by global property adviser, Knight Frank.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) has partnered with EDM Group to scan and digitise new and existing paper medical records.
Target Healthcare has completed the acquisition of a new development site in Rudheath, Cheshire for £9.7 million.
A real estate fund advised by Elevation Advisors, Elevation Healthcare Properties (EHP), has acquired the freehold interest of six care homes operated by Tanglewood Care Homes.

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Deal in the spotlight

Recently announced deals between GenesisCare and Spire Healthcare intend to create a joined up, end-to-end treatment pathway for private cancer patients and could form the basis for further co-operation says Catherine Gooderham
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‘Jefferies healthcare temperature check’ report, released on 20 November, indicated that leaders in the private healthcare sector remain relatively positive for 2020. Jenna Lomax explains that more investor activity is expected next year but Brexit uncertainty still casts its cloud
HealthInvestor UK’s editorial team bring you the highlights from the 2019 Summit
Kathy Oxtoby examines the trends and opportunities available in the UK dentistry market and talks to some of the key players
The NHS is facing unprecedented challenges, while some independent specialist hospitals are under severe scrutiny. Jenna Lomax delves into this year’s ‘State of care’ report from the Care Quality Commission which explains why some sectors are facing “unacceptable challenges”
Jenna Lomax reflects on 2019
With the most significant election since 1945 only days away, a cross section of UK healthcare movers and shakers outline their priorities for any incoming government
Alex Kafetz, managing partner and director of insight and strategy at healthcare communications consultancy ZPB Associates, considers the future of digital GP consultations
Mental health is finally receiving the attention it deserves, but private organisations have been slow to recognise the issue and the opportunities it presents. Encouragingly, there are now signs that businesses are starting to react, and investment is beginning to follow, says Niamh Buckley, associate at global M&A firm Livingstone

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Kathy Oxtoby talks to two key leaders at neuro-rehabilitation services specialist Christchurch Group about the challenges they face, the company's ethos, and the opportunities available for investors in the business
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Genetic testing

While numerous companies have emerged to offer genetic testing direct to the consumer, one area of the field has received relatively little attention. Rob Munro talks to a young entrepreneur making waves in the exciting new science of epigenetics
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It’s almost upon us: the most significant general election for generations, according to the historians and political pundits, the result of which will define the UK’s role on the world stage for decades to come...

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