Imaging Services


Terveystalo acquires SRK Group Oy to expand imaging service capabilities

Terveystalo (TTALO, Nasdaq Nordic), Finland's second largest private healthcare company, has announced its acquisition of SRK Group Oy, a provider of imaging services in the country. The acquisition, announced on April 3rd, represents a significant step for Terveystalo in its efforts to extend its range of healthcare services.

RAD-x acquired by Swiss Life Asset Managers and Vesper Infrastructure Partners

Investment firms Swiss Life Asset Managers and Vesper Infrastructure Partners have acquired RAD-x, a diagnostic imaging platform operating in Germany and Switzerland. The deal is the latest in a series of major acquisitions by infrastructure funds within the diagnostics and medical imaging segment.

Affidea acquires two clinics in Switzerland

Pan-European imaging and diagnostics firm Affidea has expanded its operations in Switzerland with the acquisition of two clinics, a radiology centre and a gastroenterology centre.

Affidea buys dental clinic in Spain and expands in Italy

Pan-European imaging and diagnostics firm Affidea has bought an advanced dental services clinic in Spain - the first such acquisition by the group - as well as two polyclinics in Italy. HBI understands the dental acquisition is part of the group's long-term strategy to move away from only providing diagnostic imaging to being more of an integrated care platform offering a range of outpatient services.

The London Clinic opens rapid diagnostics clinic

The London Clinic, a large private hospital in London, is opening a new diagnostics centre just across from its main site in Harley Street, London, to deliver fast diagnostics services to patients wanting to skip NHS queues.

Affidea buys again in Romania, targets further expansion

Pan-European diagnostics group Affidea continues to consolidate Romania's diagnostics market with the acquisition of another three imaging clinics in the north of the country. It now has 53 clinics across Romania.

Quadria investing $1.5bn into South and SE Asia

Singapore-based private equity firm Quadria Capital is set to inject $1.5bn worth of healthcare investments into South and South East Asian countries over the next two to three years. In line with growing trends, India stands to win big, earmarked to receive roughly 50% of the investment.

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