CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre advised Générale de Santé on the sale of its subsidiary Alphamed’s 100% interest in Clinique du Parc, which operates the eponymous Clinique du Parc in Charleville-Mézières, as well as its 100% interest in the subsidiary that owns the related property.
The divestment is part of a broad plan to reorganise health care services in the Champagne-Ardennes region, prepared jointly with the Regional Health Authority. The plan focuses on creating a health care group comprising the public hospitals in Charleville-Mézières and Sedan, the Clinique du Parc, the Mutualité des Ardennes and Orpéa under a public-private partnership arrangement.
Générale de Santé is the largest private operator of health care facilities in France. It owns more than 100 establishments, including 27 private hospitals that treat over one million patients a year.
Générale de Santé was advised on this transaction by CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre, with Arnaud Hugot and Virginie Corbet-Picard providing advice on corporate matters.
Orpéa was advised by Avocats Jurisconseils, with Antoine Fornet providing advice on corporate matters. The health care group and the public hospitals were advised by Houdart & Associés, with Laurent Houdart providing advice on regulatory issues.
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