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Published 15 September 2015
Leading healthcare law firm DAC Beachcroft is delighted to have advised Partnerships in Care (PiC) on two of their latest acquisitions.
These latest acquisitions expand PiC's mental health, learning disability (LD), acquired brain injuries (ABI) and child adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) by 149 beds, raising its capacity to 2,000. It bolsters PiC's staff by over 1,500 employees and adds, approximately, an additional 1,000 service users.
DAC Beachcroft's Corporate Health team advised on the acquisition of two units from the Health & Social Care Partnership, Vancouver House and Oak Vale Gardens, both of which are based in Liverpool and provide ABI and LD services. They also advised on the acquisition of Manor Hall, a specialised service provider based in Sterling.
Partner James Reed, who led the Corporate team on the two acquisitions, commented: "This is another transaction for our valued client Partnerships in Care and is a reflection of our strength and expertise in advising independent health clients on strategically important corporate transactions. There is a significant uptick in activity in this area and we are pleased to be busy advising our clients on a number of current transactions."
DAC Beachcroft is widely recognised as the leading strategic, commercial and regulatory legal adviser to the health and social care sector in the UK, and advises two in three of the biggest private health and social care providers in the UK.