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Mediclinic International plc (Mediclinic) is an international private healthcare services provider. Mediclinic is focused on providing acute-care, specialist-orientated, multi-disciplinary healthcare services. Mediclinic’s operational divisions includes Hirslanden Switzerland, Mediclinic Southern Africa and Mediclinic Middle East. Mediclinic comprises of 77 hospitals, five sub-acute hospitals, 12 day case clinics and 21 outpatient clinics. Hirslanden Switzerland operates 18 hospitals, two day case clinics and three outpatient clinics in Switzerland with over 1800 inpatient beds. Mediclinic Southern Africa operates 49 hospitals, five sub-acute hospitals and eight day case clinics across South Africa and three hospitals in Namibia with over 8500 inpatient beds. Mediclinic Middle East operates seven hospitals, two day case clinics and 18 outpatient clinics with over 900 inpatient beds in the United Arab Emirates.
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Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Ronnie van der Merwe
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer - Mediclinic Middle East
Chief Executive Officer: Hirslanden
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Mediclinic International Plc, reported a 4% fall in full-year core profit on Thursday, in line with market expectations, hit by regulatory changes for its Swiss business.
* MEDICLINIC INTERNATIONAL PLC - GROUP ADJUSTED FULL-YEAR FINANCIAL RESULTS IN LINE WITH MARKET EXPECTATIONS
Mediclinic International Plc, reported a 4% fall in full-year core profit on Thursday, in line with market expectations, reflecting the impact of regulatory changes on its Swiss business.
Mediclinic International Plc said it expects full-year group core profit to fall by 3.5 percent, in line with market expectations in a challenging healthcare environment.
* GROUP RESULTS FOR 2019 FINANCIAL YEAR WERE IN LINE WITH MARKET EXPECTATIONS
Mediclinic International Plc plans to reduce capex for its Swiss business, open more outpatient surgery units and medical centres in order to mitigate regulatory challenges in Switzerland's healthcare market.
Mediclinic International Plc reported a 8 percent decline in half-year core profit on Thursday reflecting a smaller contribution from Hirslanden, its Swiss operation.
* MEDICLINIC INTERNATIONAL - IN MIDDLE EAST, 182-BED MEDICLINIC PARKVIEW HOSPITAL IN DUBAI OPENED IN SEPTEMBER ON TIME AND IN BUDGET
* MEDICLINIC INTNL PLC - COMBINATION - HIRSLANDEN LA COLLINE AND GRANGETTES
Mediclinic <MDCM.L> took a hefty $863 million (646.28 million pounds) writedown on its Swiss business on Thursday, tipping South Africa's biggest private hospital group into an annual loss and sending its shares tumbling.
South African private hospital group Mediclinic reported a 3 percent rise in annual core profit on Thursday, boosted by a recovery in its Middle Eastern operations.
* SAYS GROUP EXPECTS TO DELIVER ADJUSTED FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR YEAR MARGINALLY AHEAD OF EXPECTATIONS
* MEDICLINIC INTERNATIONAL PLC - RONNIE VAN DER MERWE (CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER) WILL SUCCEED DANIE MEINTJES AS CEO OF COMPANY
* ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF CAREL ARON VAN DER MERWE, CURRENTLY GROUP CHIEF CLINICAL OFFICER, AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER DESIGNATE
Expectations that Mediclinic International Plc <MDCM.L> <MEIJ.J> would succeed in taking over Britain's Spire Healthcare Group <SPI.L> fell on Thursday after South Africa's largest private hospital group said no deal had been reached.
* ALTHOUGH DISCUSSIONS HAVE CONTINUED, NO AGREEMENT HAS YET BEEN REACHED ON ANY OF KEY TERMS OF AN OFFER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
Mediclinic International Plc , South Africa's largest private hospital group, reported a 12 percent drop in underlying earnings per share in the first half of the year, hurt by weakness in its Middle East and Switzerland businesses.
Britain's Spire Healthcare has rejected a full takeover offer from South African private hospitals operator Mediclinic International <MDCM.L>, which already owns nearly 30 percent of its stock, sending its shares up 12 percent.
* MEDICLINIC INTERNATIONAL PLC - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING SPIRE HEALTHCARE GROUP PLC
Spire Healthcare has rejected an approach by South African private hospitals operator Mediclinic International on a deal to take full control of Britain's second-largest healthcare company.
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