Negotiating sale of Klinik Belair - Press release
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The Hirslanden Private Hospital Group is negotiating a possible sale of Klinik Belair in Schaffhausen with Swiss Medical Network. Negotiations are in an early stage and the outcome is open.
After the consultation procedure ended, Hirslanden reviewed the submitted proposals and scenarios and decided to enter into negotiations with Swiss Medical Network regarding a sale of Klinik Belair. Swiss Medical Network's offer to Hirslanden provides a solid foundation for the sales negotiations.
Klinik Belair will continue to operate as normal until further notice. Regardless of the outcome of the negotiations, Hirslanden will continue to operate Praxiszentrum am Bahnhof Schaffhausen independently under the umbrella of the Hirslanden Group, thereby maintaining its presence in the Canton of Schaffhausen.
Hirslanden will release information about the outcome of the sales negotiations once they have been finalised. Until then, both parties have agreed to maintain silence for the duration of the negotiations.
As of 31 March 2019, the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group consists of 18 hospitals in 11 cantons, many of which have an integrated outpatient surgery centre and emergency department. The Group also operates 3 outpatient clinics, 2 outpatient surgery units, 17 radiology institutes and 5 radiotherapy institutes. It has 2,303 affiliated doctors and 10,442 permanent employees, 510 of whom are doctors.
Hirslanden is the leading private hospital group and the largest medical network in Switzerland. In the 2018/19 financial year, it generated a turnover of 1,778 million Swiss francs. As of 31 March 2019, the Group had treated over 106,851 inpatients with a total of 479,631 inpatient days. In insurance terms, the patient mix consists of 48.7% with basic, 29.5% with semi-private and 21.8% with private insurance.
Hirslanden Private Hospital Group stands for first class medical quality, made possible with highly qualified, experienced doctors. In medical terms, Hirslanden stands out in the market as a system provider. Interdisciplinary medical competence centres and specialist institutes enable optimal and individual treatment of cases, whatever their level of medical complexity. The private hospital group was formed in 1990 out of the merger of a number of private hospitals, and became part of the international hospital group Mediclinic International plc in 2007, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange.