Health firm plans roll-out with £1m funding
Altrincham-based Diagnostic Healthcare, which runs a network of centres and mobile units providing scans and screening, has secured £1m from the North West Fund for Biomedical, managed by SPARK Impact.
Diagnostic Healthcare centres and mobile units offer MRI scans, obstetric ultrasound, bone density scans, cardiac testing, health screening and reporting services.
The North West Fund for Biomedical is part of the £155m North West Fund, financed jointly by the European Regional Development Fund and the European Investment Bank.
The funding will be used by Diagnostic Healthcare to help it expand its diagnostic services, increase community services in more locations across the country and expand its portfolio of medical equipment.
Diagnostic Healthcare, which has provided diagnostic services in the UK and abroad for 20 years, supports the NHS and the private market in the provision of scanning and reporting, ensuring best value for money, efficiency and best patient care.
Liat Karni, managing director of Diagnostic Healthcare, said: "This investment will support the on-going growth of the company and will enable us to provide more high-end diagnostic services in more locations across the UK, as well as expanding our leading range of medical equipment."
Diagnostic Healthcare was the North West Fund for Biomedical's 34th investment to date.