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Medical diagnostic imaging services provider Capitol Health has acquired a further two clinics in South West WA, which trade under the name West Coast Radiology and service the high-growth area surrounding Eaton (close to Bunbury) and Busselton.
China's Ping An Good Doctor (PAGD) announced its cooperation with more than 100 First-Class Hospitals at Grade III in China, including the 303th Hospital of Chinese People's Liberation Army, Qingdao Eye Hospital, the First Affiliated Hospital of Jinan University and the Third Affiliated Hospital of Southern Medical University, to build comprehensive "smart hospitals". At present, Ping An Good Doctor covers more than 1 million outpatients per day, effectively reducing the burden on hospitals, doctors, patients and the government.
Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group together with Meinian Onehealth Healthcare Holdings has invested in and become the single largest shareholder of Adicon, one of the largest independent clinical laboratory companies in China.
RepliCel Life Sciences, a company developing next-generation technologies in aesthetics and orthopaedics, has raised C$5.1 million (US$3.8 million) from YOFOTO (China) Health Industry.
China's Ping An Good Doctor (PAGD) has announced a strategic partnership with Zhongxin Pharmaceuticals. The two parties will build an online cardiovascular disease management centre in China.
Singapore-based HealthXCapital, an early stage investment platform, is launching a US$25-million healthcare fund focused on southeast Asia. The fund is backed by Apollo Hospitals, Jungle Ventures, Eight Roads Ventures, the proprietary investment arm of Fidelity International, and other private investors.
Shanghai-based TopAlliance, a subsidiary of Shanghai Junshi Biosciences, has signed a patent and technology license agreement with The Board of Regents of the University of Texas System on behalf of The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).
Korean healthcare robotics company Exosystems plans to conduct a trial run of its ICT muscular rehabilitation solution "ExoRehab" at hospitals in Vietnam.
Private hospital chain Hoan My Medical has sold two tranches of D2.3 trillion (US$99 million) debt via Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) Vietnam.
Jinxin Fertility has completed a major financing round, which was co-led by Warburg Pincus, an existing strategic shareholder, and CNCB (Hong Kong) Investment, a new investor which operates as a subsidiary of China CITIC Bank, and followed by Sequoia China and WuXi AppTec. Financial terms have not been released.

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Australian fund manager Real Asset Management is looking to build a A$300 million (US$213 million) medical property fund. Financial Review reports that the fund has already secured A$50 million in initial commitments. It has also made its first acquisition: the Miami Day Hospital and Medical Centre on the Gold Coast for A$11.25 million.



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