Former Regina Maria owner buys stake in Romanian second opinion clinic

Germany-born doctor Wargha Enayati, who founded the private healthcare network Regina Maria, is the new majority stakeholder in Intermedicas, a local clinic providing second opinion medical services, reports local

Enayati recently acquired a 51% stake in the firm for EUR 76,000.

Founded in 2011 by three former Regina Maria managers, Intermedicas is the first clinic in Romania specialized in second opinion medical services, with access to doctors in Europe, US and Japan. The company has partnerships with 100 hospitals and clinics, of which 15 private units in Romania, but also public hospitals.

Intermedicas estimated a turnover of EUR 380,000 in 2016, up over 50% compared to the previous year.

Wargha Enayati sold his remaining stake in Regina Maria in 2015. Investment fund Mid Europa Partners took over the group for an estimated EUR 145 million in the largest deal on Romania’s private healthcare market.

Enayati recently announced that he would invest EUR 40 million in a luxury medical and assistance campus for elderly people.

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