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Ranjith Dharma

Navihealth buys healthcare technology firm Rightcare Solutions

Cardinal Health subsidiary naviHealth has acquired healthcare technology firm RightCare Solutions, for an undisclosed sum.

EIB to provide £107m to develop new hospital in Birmingham, UK

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide £107m to build the new Midland Metropolitan Hospital in Birmingham, UK.

UK’s King’s College Hospital launches new hospital and clinics in Dubai

UK’s teaching hospital King’s College Hospital has launched a new hospital facility and in Dubai in UAE, a move that will expand its services.

Victoria government approves Coburg’s John Fawkner hospital expansion

Australia’s Victoria government has approved the proposed expansion of Coburg’s John Fawkner Hospital, as part of efforts to meet growing healthcare needs of the local community.

New medical and dental centre opens at RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, UK

The US Air Force (USAF) personnel are set to receive better healthcare at a new medical and dental centre, which officially opened at RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, UK.

Adventist Health System to deploy MyRounding platform in its hospitals in the US

US-based Adventist Health System (AHS) is set to deploy MyRounding platform, in a bid to improve its rounding process across its participating hospitals.

France’s University Hospital La Timone installs Elekta’s Leksell Gamma Knife Icon system

France-based University Hospital La Timone has installed Elekta’s new Leksell Gamma Knife Icon system, which is used to treat metastasis in the brain.

Meridian Health to deploy Avantas’ labour management technology and services

US-based Meridian Health has selected Avantas’ labour management technology and services, in a bid to improve labour management processes across its six hospitals.

CRH Healthcare buys urgent care centres operator Physicians Immediate Med

US-based CRH Healthcare has acquired Atlanta’s urgent care and family care platform, Physicians Immediate Med (PIM), for an undisclosed sum.

US firm DaVita HealthCare to buy Renal Ventures for $415m

US-based DaVita HealthCare Partners has signed an agreement to acquire Colorado-based Renal Ventures for $415m.