GÖRG advises Medical Eye-Care in Hamburg on sale to Bergman Clinics
GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB advised the founders of Medical Eye-Care MVZ Nord GmbH on the sale to the Dutch hospital chain Bergman Clinics, which belongs to the private equity company Triton.
Under the lead management of Hamburg partner Dr. John-Patrick Bischoff, GÖRG accompanied the transaction including the implementation and coordination of the bidding process. Prior to the sale, the GÖRG team advised the shareholders on the restructuring of the group into a medical care centre (MVZ).
Advisors Medical Eye-Care
GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Dr. John-Patrick Bischoff, LL.M., Partner, Corporate/M&A, Hamburg (Lead Management)
Taro W. Stenger, Associate, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt am Main
Robert C. Schindler, Associated Partner, Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt am Main
About Medical Eye-Care
The Hamburg Medical Eye-Care ophthalmologists specialise in high-tech ophthalmic diagnostics and therapy. The Medical Eye-Care (MEC) group of practices was founded in 1998 and, with a large centre in Hamburg and further practices in Rahlstedt, Tonndorf and Glinde, has been one of the most important care centres for conservative and surgical ophthalmology in Hamburg and the surrounding area for decades.
Medical Eye-Care offers patients a comprehensive range of treatments in modern ophthalmology, including a variety of specialised procedures that include both surgical and non-surgical eye care.
Bergman Clinics is an internationally active, leading association of independent clinics and has more than 140 hospitals in its portfolio. With the acquisition of the Medical Eye Care Group, the Bergman Group continues to focus on international growth.