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Spire Healthcare Group plc is a United Kingdom-based independent hospital group. The Company operates approximately 39 hospitals and over 8 clinics across the United Kingdom. The Company also owns and operates a sports medicine, physiotherapy and rehabilitation brand, Perform, and a screening service, Lifescan, as well as national pathology services. The Company offers a range of primary care, consulting and diagnostic services. The Company's serves a patient mix consisting of private medical insurance (PMI), self-pay and National Health Service (NHS) patients. The Company's primary activities include diagnostics, such as imaging, magnetic resonance imaging or computerized tomography scanning and pathology; out-patient services, such as consulting, treatments, health checks and physiotherapy, and in-patient daycase procedures, such as orthopedics, cardiology, neurology, oncology and general surgery.
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Garry Andrew Watts
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Martin David Angle
Deputy Chairman of the Board, Senior Independent Director
Jitesh H. Sodha
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
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Britain's Spire Healthcare Group Plc <SPI.L> reported on Monday a first-half profit compared with a loss last year, helped by cost-cutting measures and better-than-expected revenue from the National Health Service (NHS) referrals.
Britain's Spire Healthcare Group Plc reported on Monday a first-half profit compared with a loss last year, helped by cost-cutting measures and better-than-expected revenue from the National Health Service (NHS) referrals.
Britain's Spire Healthcare Group Plc reported a 64 percent fall in 2018 pretax profit on Thursday, hit by lower revenue from the National Health Service and higher costs.
Britain's Spire Healthcare Group Plc on Thursday posted a 64 percent fall in pretax profit, hit by lower National Health Services revenue and higher costs.
Shares of Spire Healthcare Group Plc fell 12 percent on Tuesday, after Britain's second-largest healthcare firm trimmed core earnings forecast for the full year below analysts' consensus.
Shares of Spire Healthcare Group Plc <SPI.L> fell 12 percent on Tuesday, after Britain's second-largest healthcare firm cut its core earnings forecast for the full year.
(This version of the Sep. 18 story was corrected to specify that company is Britain's largest independent hospital group by revenue, not the country's largest independent hospital group)
Spire Healthcare Group Plc reported a 21 percent drop in first-half core earnings on Wednesday, as it continues to be hit by fewer referrals from Britain's publicly funded National Health Service (NHS).
Spire Healthcare <SPI.L> shares hit a record low on Monday after it warned of sharply lower full-year core earnings on fewer referrals from Britain's publicly funded National Health Service (NHS).
Spire Healthcare Group Plc expects core earnings for the 2018 financial year to be materially lower than the previous year, Britain's second-largest healthcare firm said on Monday.
Spire Healthcare Group Plc, Britain's second-largest healthcare firm, reported a 7.4 percent drop in 2017 core earnings, hurt by weakness in its business linked to NHS online referrals, and said Chief Financial Officer Simon Gordon would step down.
Spire Healthcare Group Plc, Britain's second-largest healthcare firm, said 2017 core earnings fell 7.4 percent, hurt by weakness in its business linked to NHS online referrals.
* FY REVENUE 931.7 MILLION STG VERSUS 926.4 MILLION STG YEAR AGO
* AFTER 7 YEARS AS CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) AT SPIRE, SIMON GORDON STEPPED DOWN AS AN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF COMPANY ON 1 MARCH 2018
* SEES 2017 FULL YEAR REVENUES IN RANGE OF £929 MILLION TO £932 MILLION
South African private hospital group Mediclinic <MDCM.L> <MEIJ.J> does not intend to make another offer for Spire Healthcare <SPI.L>, the firm said on Monday after the British company rejected an earlier bid.
South African private hospital group Mediclinic does not intend to make an offer for the rest of Britain's Spire Healthcare , the company said on Monday after discussions with some of Spire's directors.
* 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:
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
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