The following gives a timeline of Aspen Healthcare’s strategic investments:
August 2014: Cancer Centre London commissions a state of the art Versa HD linear accelerator.
January 2014: Highgate Hospital completes a £12m expansion and refurbishment programme.
November 2013: Holly House Hospital invests in a new 3T MRI scanner.
January 2013: Holly House completes a £21m expansion and refurbishment including a fully digitalised theatre suite.
October 2012: Aspen acquired the Chelmsford Medical Centre. Located in heart of Chelmsford, Essex the facility specialises in diagnostic and day case surgery.
March 2012: Aspen Healthcare acquired a majority shareholding in the Midland Eye Institute, Solihull. Based in the West Midlands, the Midland Eye is a private ambulatory specialist surgery centre dedicated to eye surgery and eye care.
January 2012: Aspen take over the Claremont Hospital in Sheffield.
2011: Continuing development in provision of Cancer Services by investment in upgrading radiotherapy equipment to offer IMRT/IGRT services.
December 2011: Aspen significantly increased its shareholding in The Edinburgh Clinic.
January 2011: Entered into a Joint Venture arrangement and purchased 50% of the shares in The Edinburgh Clinic.
2010: Total Capital Expenditure in 2010 was £15m.
March 2010: Aspen rolled out its first ‘Clinician Partnership Model’ at Cancer Centre London with clinicians now owning 25% of the operating company. Aspen’s ongoing strategy is to work with its Consultants in Partnership, mirroring its US parent’s partnership strategy.
March 2008: Purchased additional site in Buckhurst Hill for expansion of existing hospital facility. Commenced development in January 2011 to complete a £17m extension to the existing hospital.
October 2005: Purchased additional site in Wimbledon for expansion of existing hospital facility. Seymour House Outpatients building opened in August 2010 following an £11m construction project.