Meine Radiologie Holding acquires Radiologisches Zentrum Speyer
Frankfurt / Speyer (Germany), 20 January 2021 - Meine Radiologie Holding („MRH“) has acquired Radiologisches Zentrum Speyer MVZ GmbH („Radiologisches Zentrum Speyer“). The center consists of two practices in Speyer and covers a very wide range of radiological and nuclear medicine diagnostics.
The Radiologisches Zentrum Speyer is lead by Dres. Walser and Dechow and has a qualified team of experienced radiologists and medical staff. Thanks to the latest equipment technology and gentle methods, patients are offered precise and customized diagnostics as well as preventive care in the best image quality for optimal further therapy. The focal points of the range of services include: CT, MRI and X-ray diagnostics, nuclear medicine and mammography. The center has been certified according to DIN ISO:9001 since 2006.
Both practices are located in hospitals - in the Diakonissen-Stiftungs-Krankenhaus and in the St. Vincentius-Krankenhaus - and thus ensure outpatient and inpatient care for both hospitals as well as for all other outpatients.
With the Radiologisches Zentrum Speyer, the MRH Group not only acquires the first practices in Rhineland-Palatinate, but also establishes a new regional cluster, which will be strengthened by further practice acquisitions in the near future.
This transaction again demonstrates that MRH is successfully implementing its growth strategy despite the current difficult market environment. In the past 18 months, Diagnostikum Berlin, MVZ Radiologie und Neurologie Mosbach GmbH, MVZ Radiologie Tempelhof GmbH and Strahlentherapie Augsburg have joined MRH. In addition, three gynecological practices in Lüdenscheid and Halver were acquired by MRH subsidiary Berglandklinik Lüdenscheid.
Triton invested in Meine Radiologie Holding (formerly Deutsche Radiologie Holding) in January 2019.
About Meine Radiologie Holding
Meine Radiologie Holding (formerly Deutsche Radiologie Holding) was founded in 2017. Meine Radiologie Holding, based in Frankfurt am Main, supports radiological, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy practices as a financially strong investor and professional management partner on the path of succession planning. The team has many years of experience and comprehensive practical knowledge in this field.
Further information: www.meine-radiologie.com
Since its establishment in 1997, Triton has sponsored nine funds, focusing on businesses in the industrial, business services, consumer and health sectors. The Triton funds invest in and support the positive development of medium-sized businesses headquartered in Europe.Triton seeks to contribute to the building of better businesses for the longer term. Triton and its executives wish to be agents of positive change towards sustainable operational improvements and growth.The 45 companies currently in Triton's portfolio have combined sales of around €18,2 billion and around 100,800 employees.
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