Who owns Hobart Private Hospital?

Who owns Hobart Private Hospital?

The Hobart Private Hospital is a 146-bed private hospital located in the central business district of Hobart adjacent to the Royal Hobart Hospital. It is owned by Healthscope, one of Australia’s leading providers of hospitals, medical and pathology centres.

Is Healthscope listed on ASX?

Healthscope, an underperforming ASX-listed private hospital operator, had been thrown in play in late April, when BGH lobbed a $2.36 a share cash offer the day before Anzac Day, just as the Healthscope management were in a strategy meeting with the board.

Who bought Healthscope?

Brookfield Asset Management
Healthscope shareholders have approved the hospital company’s acquisition by Brookfield Asset Management. Healthscope shareholders have overwhelmingly approved the private hospital operator’s $4.4 billion acquisition by Canada’s Brookfield Asset Management.

Does Healthscope have salary packaging?

No benefits like salary packaging or extra super.

How many beds does Hobart Private Hospital have?

146 bed
Our 146 bed hospital provides a unique range of acute services including general surgery, specialty care in orthopaedics, urology, gynaecology, breast, colorectal,oral, vascular, plastics, obesity surgery and select surgery for paediatrics.

What happened to Healthscope shares?

Australia’s second-largest private hospitals operator has officially fallen to private equity once again, after shareholders overwhelmingly backed Healthscope’s $4.4 billion takeover by Canada’s Brookfield Asset Management.

When did Healthscope delist?

delisted from the close of trading on Tuesday, 11 June 2019 pursuant to Listing rule 17.11.

Who owns most of the private hospitals in Australia?

Ramsay Health Care Ramsay
Ramsay Health Care Ramsay is Australia’s largest operator of private hospitals, and ranked in the top five globally.

What is healthscope like to work for?

Healthscope is a very very poor management of hospitals. Healthscope do not have the employee or the patient in mind. Their focus is purely on profit. No communication with the employees is taken in to consideration to build the business. Corners are cut to save money in regards to sufficient staff being on deck.