Private equity firm bids $2.1b for Healius as it considers sale of medical centres

Pathology, imaging and medical centre operator Healius has confirmed it is exploring the sale of its general practice business, having invested in a new contract model for its 1155 GPs and in revamping its practice IT systems since it rebranded from Primary Health Care.

The ASX-listed company revealed yesterday that it had received an offer from a subsidiary of Swiss private equity firm Partners Group to acquire the whole company for $2.1 billion, which its board is now assessing. Partners yesterday bought a 15.88 per cent share in the company.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: MedicalDirector, Healius

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