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Knight Frank grows healthcare team

Knight Frank has expanded its healthcare team with seven appointments. Kodie Brook and Rory Addison join as surveyors, Joe Brame as senior analyst, Sara Horton as senior agent, Andrew Sage as associate, Megan Wright as business support coordinator and James McKelvie as partner. McKelvie brings three decades of healthcare experience in...

New Care opens Cheshire home Statham Manor

New Care’s Statham Manor has officially opened, providing residential, 24-hour nursing, dementia and respite support. The setting in Lymm, Cheshire, features 66 fully furnished bedrooms, each with a private en-suite wet room, plus communal lounges, reading and dining rooms, spa-assisted bathrooms, a nail bar, hair salon, access to gardens from...

National Care Group app aims to remove barriers for staff

National Care Group has partnered with Engage Solutions Group to launch an employee engagement app for its 2,400 staff members working across its 150 sites in England and Wales.  As part of a wider digital transformation project, the ‘Engage’ app allows workers to check company updates, book holiday, look at...

Riverstone grows portfolio with acquisition of apartment building

Riverstone has acquired a 142-apartment building on London’s King’s Road from St William – part of the Berkeley Group. The residence will be its fourth, following sites in Kensington, Fulham and Hampstead. It is building a network of communities in central London that focus on health and wellbeing. Riverstone King’s Road has been designed by Bowler James Brindley and will include a restaurant, bar, club room, library, swimming pool and spa, a gym, an exercise studio, espresso bar and cinema. It will have rooftop and courtyard gardens designed by landscape designer...

Carterwood launches care home trading data platform

Care home analysts Carterwood has launched an online platform that provides up-to-date occupancy, fee, funding mix, and staff cost data. Carterwood Collab aims to offer a picture of current and historic trading performance of care homes for older people across Great Britain. ‘This aggregated and anonymised data will help improve decision-making across the sector, powering market analysis and benchmarking with real trading data,’ said Tom Hartley, managing director of Carterwood. The platform provides trading data at national, regional, and local levels, as well as offering users to customise parts of the market...

Knight Frank grows healthcare team

Knight Frank has expanded its healthcare team with seven appointments. Kodie Brook and Rory Addison join as surveyors, Joe Brame as senior analyst, Sara Horton as senior agent, Andrew Sage as associate, Megan Wright as business support coordinator and James McKelvie as partner. McKelvie brings three decades of healthcare experience in...

Safe places – cultural safety and its importance in modern healthcare

Dr Lynne McKinlay, senior medical educator with Cognitive Institute, and Dr Najeeb Rahman, senior medical educator, Medical Protection Society, explore how healthcare leaders can establish a culturally safe environment for patients, their families and health workers ‘The ache for home...

Portman Dental Care continues expansion

Portman Dental Care continued its expansion with the acquisition of St Michael’s Dental Practice and St Michael’s Orthodontics Ltd in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Financial details of the transaction have not been disclosed. The dual-practice dental group comprises nine surgeries and a state-of-the-art orthodontic clinic. Former owners Dr Joe Hendron and Dr Catherine McCanny acquired the practice in 1992 and relocated into the current...

Totally subsidiary hands back UTC contracts for ‘legal reasons’

Totally plc subsidiary Greenbrook Healthcare Limited today announced that it has terminated its contracts for the provision of urgent treatment centres (UTCs) at Northwick Park Hospital, Central Middlesex Hospital, Ealing Hospital and Hillingdon Hospital. The contracts were due to end on 31 January but Totally said they had been terminated early for ‘legal reasons’. Earlier this week, Health Service Journal reported...

Nuffield Health announces changes to leadership team

Nuffield Health has announced changes to its leadership with the appointment of Wouter Van den Brande and James Murray to its executive team. Van den Brande, who has held a...

Downing appoints co-head of Healthcare Ventures as it prepares to launch new fund

Downing LLP has appointed John E Milad as partner and co-head of its Healthcare Ventures team. Milad has over 25 years working in venture capital, start-up leadership and investment banking...

Diagnostics volumes grow but pricing remains under pressure

The wholesale market for diagnostics was valued at more than £8bn in 2022, according to the latest research published by LaingBuisson in the second edition of its Diagnostics UK...

Funding round-up: BioVersys, ExeVir Bio, Volta Medical, Ganymed Robotics, Lapsi Health

The Netherlands: Lapsi Health, a healthtech startup developing sound-based medical technology (and software tools) to empower clinicians at the point of care and to enhance remote consultations, has raised US$3.7m in a Seed funding led by Sahir Ali of Modi Ventures, a Texas-based family office with investments in Artificial intelligence and...

Funding round-up: Cellaïon, Ferronova, AI Medical Technology, Vedi, DeuterOncology

Belgium: DeuterOncology, a clinical-stage drug development company, has closed its €5.65m (US$6.1m) Series A financing, with participation from existing investor Newton Biocapital and new investors Noshaq and Investsud Tech. Funding will enable the company to start the phase I clinical study for its lead product DO-2, an improved MET kinase inhibitor currently being developed as a potential best-in-class targeted therapy for lung cancer. MET inhibitors have recently been approved for patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) harbouring the MET exon 14 skipping mutant. Unfortunately, they all suffer from the same...

What has politics got to do with medical tourism?

“Politics has nothing to do with medical tourism” is often the view of medical tourism organisations globally and nationally. But nothing exists in a vacuum so medical tourism needs to grasp what is happening and why, says IMTJ analyst Ian Youngman. To name a few current politically-driven influences on medical...

Turkey: Medical tourism revenue at US$1.6 billion in nine months of 2022

Türkiye generated US$1.6 billion in the first nine months of 2022 from medical tourism, according to data from state owned healthcare company, USHAŞ. From January to September, 870,000 foreign medical tourists arrived for treatment. The most preferred services for international patients are gynaecology, internal diseases, ophthalmology, general surgery, dentistry, orthopaedics and traumatology, infectious diseases and ear, nose, throat problems. USHAŞ estimates the full year revenue will be US$2 billion and numbers will be 1.1 million. USHAŞ was established in 2019 under the roof of the Health Ministry to promote the services offered...

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