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General Healthcare Group acquires stake in leading cosmetic surgery group

The UK’s largest independent provider of private healthcare, General Healthcare Group (GHG), whose primary business is BMI Healthcare, has acquired a 42 percent stake in Transform, the country’s leading cosmetic surgery company. 

Covenant and Transform’s Chief Executive Nigel Robertson said: “GHG, as the market leader in private healthcare, is the perfect partner for our business. We are delighted to have the group on board and look forward to working together in developing the business."

General Healthcare Group CEO Adrian Fawcett said: “We are very pleased to be investing in Transform and to be a major shareholder in the business. This investment complements our existing subsidiaries perfectly; with BMI Healthcare as our main business and stakes in CARE Fertility and now Transform, we are continuing to rapidly grow and strengthen our top position in the independent healthcare market.”

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