Clínicas Mi rebalances its financial situation after the impact of Covid-19. The private Catalan healthcare group has increased capital by half a million euros, as confirmed by Gaby Masfuroll, CEO of the company.
The capital increase has been subscribed by the current partners of the healthcare group. The aim of the operation, beyond compensating for the effect of the pandemic, is to “strengthen the company with a view to its plans for growth, technological innovation and the incorporation of new professionals,” said Masfuroll.
The shareholders will meet at the end of September to approve the capital injection. “The action should enable us to guarantee the company’s solidity and restructure the group,” he added.
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Clinicas Mi will hold a shareholders’ meeting at the end of September to validate this capital increase
Clinicas Mi is a group of clinics of Catalan origin, owned by the Masfurroll family, a surname with a long tradition in Spanish healthcare. At the end of 2014, the Masfurroll family acquired Clínica Tres Torres in Barcelona along with its team, currently controlling more than 95% of the capital. The group has this center and Clínica Mi NovAliança in Lleida.
In the latter facility, the company has made an investment of two million euros. The investment is for the refurbishment of the outpatients’ building at this center in Lleida. It consists of 2,000 square meters of space. The company put this clinic into operation in June 2020, after months of confinement and following the declaration of the state of alarm in Spain.
The group took over the management of this historic clinic in Lleida, previously known as Clínica de Ponent and Clínica Aliança, in September 2016. At the time of taking over management, Clinicas Mi and Divina Pastora, owner of the facility since 2013, agreed on a possible right to purchase the business, which was finally exercised in the first half of 2020.
The group has two centers, Clinica Tres Torres in Barcelona and Clinica Mi NovAliança in Lleida
The management team leading the clinics in Barcelona and Lleida brings experience, backed by historic projects in the sector such as the creation in 1998 of USP Hospitales, the first private hospital network in southern Europe.
Among the latest operations of Cínicas Mi is the incorporation of the Ginnova team as new specialists in the area of gynecology and obstetrics at its Barcelona campus. The professionals of this new project, who have been working together for more than twenty years, are led by Pere Brescó. This doctor is also head of the gynecological area of the Igualada Hospital.
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