Sonic and Pascoe take a stake in GP2U as it looks to expand

Sonic Clinical Services, the primary care division of diagnostics giant Sonic Healthcare, has come on board as one of two new investors in Tasmanian-based GP2U as the telehealth firm completes a series B capital raise to fund its expansion plans.

Sonic Clinical Services owns and runs the Independent Practitioner Network (IPN) of general practices as well as a number of skin clinics. Its group executive, Scott Beattie, is set to join the GP2U board, along with the second investor, medical entrepreneur Andrew Pascoe.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Zedmed, Telehealth, GP2U, Sonic Clinical Services

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