Great news for GP Care Services, The Village Medical Centre and all those involved!

Primary Healthcare Firm Acquires Nearby Medical Centre

Bury based law firm Clough & Willis has acted for GP Care Services Limited, the borough-wide provider of primary healthcare services for Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group, in its acquisition of The Village Medical Centre in Littleborough, Rochdale.

David Leviten – partner at Clough & Willis – handled the commercial property aspects of the deal; whilst Guy Lachlan – associate corporate commercial solicitor at the firm – provided company and commercial law advice.

Negotiations were conducted with the local Clinical Commissioning Group, the Care Quality Commission and NHS England for the two-stage handover for an undisclosed sum.

Financial and accounting advice was provided to GP Care Services by Peter Carlin at Thompson Jones. Funding was provided through Wayne Dixon at Barclays in Oldham.

The seller was represented by Lisa Geary and Ruth Griffiths at Capsticks and by Ramsay Brown & Partners for financial and accounting advice.

Gail Whitehead, Chief Officer of GP Care Services said: “We are pleased to have added this Personal Medical Services practice to our growing portfolio of health services in the local communities in which we operate. We shall aim to brand the practice at Littleborough with the same high standards that we provide in our other services across the boroughs.”

Guy Lachlan commented: “The transaction required considerable coordination between all the parties including the Clinical Commissioning Group and the public sector bodies to secure the smooth transition of the business. We have acted for GP Care Services since its formation in 2008 and are pleased that it continues to expand its operations so successfully.”

This article was originally published on nwconnected.co.uk by Dave Stopher, on the 6th March 2017. To read the full article click here.  

Deal Sees GP Care Services Limited Acquire The Village Medical Centre

A Greater Manchester provider of primary healthcare services has acquired a nearby medical centre.

GP Care Services which provides services for Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group has bought The Village Medical Centre in Littleborough.

Bury-based law firm Clough & Willis brokered the deal, which was for an undisclosed sum.

Its partner David Leviten handled the commercial property aspects of the deal while Guy Lachlan - associate corporate commercial solicitor at the firm – provided company and commercial law advice. 
 
Negotiations were conducted with the local clinical commissioning group, the Care Quality Commission and NHS England for the two-stage handover for an undisclosed sum.
 
Financial and accounting advice was provided to GP Care Services by Peter Carlin at Thompson Jones. Funding was provided through Wayne Dixon at Barclays in Oldham.  

The seller was represented by Lisa Geary and Ruth Griffiths at Capsticks and by Ramsay Brown & Partners for financial and accounting advice.
 
Gail Whitehead, chief officer of GP Care Services, said: "We are pleased to have added this personal medical services practice to our growing portfolio of health services in the local communities in which we operate. We shall aim to brand the practice at Littleborough with the same high standards that we provide in our other services across the boroughs."
 
Lachlan said: "The transaction required considerable coordination between all the parties including the Clinical Commissioning Group and the public sector bodies to secure the smooth transition of the business. 

"We have acted for GP Care Services since its formation in 2008 and are pleased that it continues to expand its operations so successfully."  

This second article was originally published on thebusinessdesk.com by Nick Jackson, on the 7th March 2017. To read the full article click here