Health insurance provider BHSF has acquired The Newhall Medical Practice, a Birmingham-based occupational health provider.
This deal is BHSF’s seventh buyout since 2012, as the firm seeks to expand its occupational health business to reach nationwide coverage.
Aside from providing occupational health services, Newhall also provides vaccination, private GP services, and a travel clinic. It was founded and led by Bryan Fehilly, who will remain with the firm following the acquisition.
BHSF group chief executive Peter Maskell said: “We are very pleased to have acquired such a successful business which will strengthen our occupational health proposition and give us greater presence in the marketplace.
“We are looking to acquire further suitable businesses in order to achieve a truly nationwide occupational health service.”
BHSF said that there will be no employee redundancies due to the deal and that it sees expansion opportunities in the future.
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