Pending approval by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa), Bergman Clinics will acquire the Amsterdam-based specialised clinic The Hand Clinic. This acquisition allows Bergman Clinics to further expand its healthcare portfolio focused on the locomotor system.
The Hand Clinic has been devoted to hand and wrist care for fourteen years and is known for its customer focus and the high quality of its care. As a result, the clinic attracts clients from a large catchment area. According to Monika Ritt, general director of The Hand Clinic, this explains the continuously growing demand for its services. “To meet that demand, we had been looking to join forces with a large and renowned partner. We are happy to announce that we will be joining Bergman Clinics. They share our high standards of quality and are eager to further develop their capacities for hand and wrist surgery.”
Hans van der Heijden, CEO of Bergman Clinics, also expressed his excitement about the acquisition. “This step gives us the opportunity to expand our specific healthcare offerings dedicated to the locomotor system, starting from a shared vision on planned medical care in which quality, client focus, and efficiency are front and center,” he said.
The planned acquisition of The Hand Clinic by Bergman Clinics is scheduled for the end of 2021 and will be closed pending approval by Bergman Clinics' works council and the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa).
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