Hospitals

 

Bill Gates-backed Evercare sells Kenyan hospital stake

US PE Evercare Health Fund has sold its 1bn Kenyan shilling (€7.8m) stake in the Metropolitan and Ladnan hospitals in Nairobi. The PE fund is owned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).

Scanmed buys Ars Medical

Polish multi-specialty healthcare company Scanmed has bought Polish oncology firm Ars Medical.

Helios makes digital-only presence in Kenya and Colombia

Curalie, the digital health subsidiary of German hospital group Fresenius Helios, has launched new digital-only operations in Kenya and Colombia. Experts tell HBI this is a good way for Helios to access new markets, but likely won’t lead to a hospital boom any time soon.

Medanta’s parent IPOs

Global Health Ltd, the parent company of Indian hospital chain Medanta, closed subscription for its IPO on Monday, with a valuation of 22,060m rupees ($274m). The share price has been set at 319 Rs ($3.96). The IPO will consist of new shares worth 5,000m Rs ($62m), and an offer-for-sale of up to 50.8m Rs ($0.63m) worth of shares.

Inflation hits margins for Medicover and Terveystalo

Poor results have seen big share price drops at two of the sexier listed health care service groups. Medicover, the pan-emerging markets outpatient operator, saw shares fall 11% on Q3 figures showing a net loss of €18.4m and Terveystalo, the Finnish and Swedish outpatient group, fell 23% to €6.23 after revealing a net loss of €19.6m. Since the start of the year both have seen their share prices halve or worse. Inflation, labour shortages, Ukraine and a big shift in how health care is delivered post-Covid are behind the poor results.

Care Hospitals target of $1bn+ bidding war

Indian hospital chain Care Hospitals is the subject of a US$1bn+ bidding war between PE firm KKR, Singaporean state holding company Temasek Holdings, and Indian hospital chain Max Healthcare.

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