About GHP Specialty Care
GHP Specialty Care is an internationally active health care provider that operates specialist clinics in a select number of diagnostic areas through the application of a business model that is unique in the health care industry, where leading doctors become partners and shareholders. Each clinic specializes in a particular patient group, and this leads to increased efficiency and higher quality.
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Oct 13, 2022
October 13, 2022 11:35 ET Annual results at end June 2022 The solid performance of the Nordic countries has led to an improvement in the results of the Ramsay Santé group, despite the persistent challenges of high inflation, a shortage of nursing and clinical staff and the ongoing pandemic, in which Ramsay Santé has continued to play a leading role in Europe. In line with its Yes We Care 2025 strategic plan, Ramsay Santé has continued to invest at a level comparable with previous years in order to consolidate its position with patients as a comprehensive and integrated healthcare player in continental Europe. With more than 10,000 COVID patients treated in France, including 4,500 in critical care, Ramsay Santé has maintained its commitment to combating COVID over the past 12 months. In Sweden, we have continued to shoulder significant responsibility both in the care of COVID patients and in limiting the effects of the pandemic on individuals and society. For example, approximately 600,000 doses of COVID vaccine were administered to patients, in our Swedish facilities in particular to our nursing home residents. In addition, we continued to manage almost 20% of all COVID-related hospital care in the Stockholm area. Growth was strong in the 3 Nordic countries, particularly in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics (MSO) hospitalisations, up 14% on the previous year, excluding Germany. Consultations in primary care centres in Sweden, including teleconsultations, were up 16%. In France, full MSO inpatient hospital admissions fell by 4.1%, while day patient admissions rose by 3%. The same trend affects our Follow-up Care and Rehabilitation (FCR) activity with a 1.1% drop in inpatients and a 27.6% increase in day patients. Total investments for the period amounted to €217 million compared with €220 million last year. More than 40% of investments correspond to growth and digital investments. These investments are necessary to uphold our operational and medical excellence. The number of primary care centres has increased by 28% from 130 to 167 in 2022. We have opened our first 5 primary care centres in France and invested in 2 new surgical robots. We have also established capital and operational partnerships with the Resilience and NewCard start-ups. In January 2022, we launched Ramsay Services, a digital platform. Reported annual turnover is €4,301 million, up 6.9%. Adjusted for changes in the scope of consolidation and at constant exchange rates, turnover for the year ending June 30th 2022 is up with very solid organic turnover growth of 6.0%. Reported EBITDA increased by 2.3% to €658.4 million (prior year €643.8 million) with a margin of 15.3% (prior year 16.0%). EBITDA development was positively impacted by activity in Nordic countries, which compensated for increases in inflation and personnel costs. The revenue guarantee system put in place by the French government generated €99 million in income for the year ending June 30th 2022, compared with an income of €103 million for the year ending June 30th 2021. The group share of net profit is €118.4 million, benefiting from the increase in activity and improved results, representing 2.8% of turnover. Net financial debt at the end of June 30th 2022 amounts to €3,710 million, including €2,118 million of IFRS 16 liabilities. Pascal Roché, CEO of Ramsay Santé says: “In 2022, for the first time, Ramsay Santé exceeded the threshold of 10 million patients treated in Europe in its various activities, within and outside its facilities, as well as in digital. During the year, the Group mobilised more than ever for the care of Covid patients, and reinforced its ability to treat all patients for all pathologies. In France, our commitment is reflected in the fact that 10% of patients admitted are beneficiaries of Universal Medical Coverage (CMU). The Group has also taken an innovative approach to human resources in France with the signing of an ambitious agreement on quality of life in the workplace. Financial results remain solid, with growth of 6.9% and a slightly lower EBITDA margin (15.3% under IFRS16 in 2022 vs. 16.0% in 2021). These results are due to sustained organic growth as well as acquisitions in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. This demonstrates the relevance of our strategy of consolidating our position as an integrated European health care operator and orchestrating coordinated care pathways, allowing us to guarantee quality and accessibility for all.” The Board of Directors approved the consolidated accounts as of the end of June 2022 at its meeting held on 13th October 2022. The audit procedures on the consolidated accounts have been carried out. The auditors’ certification report will be issued after finalization of the verification of the management report and the procedures required for the purposes of filing the universal registration document. The consolidated financial statements and reports will be available to the public when the company's universal registration document is published at the end of October 2022. Summary of results Health crisis due to the COVID Pandemic The financial year ending June 30th 2022 was impacted by the ongoing health crisis due to the COVID pandemic in all countries where the Group operates. France In France, private hospitals have maintained their action plans to combat the COVID epidemic and their level of investment in conjunction with and in support of public hospitals, in accordance with the national health plan. Ramsay Santé upheld its commitment to treating COVID patients with more than 10,000 COVID patients treated in France, including 4,500 in critical care. Like other hospital operators, Ramsay Santé has continued to be supported by measures implemented by the government. The main measures during the period concern: The revenue guarantee Grants compensating for additional costs related to COVID The revenue guarantee covered the entire financial year for Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics (MSO) and Follow-up Care and Rehabilitation (FCR). It was only in place for the first half of the year (July-December 2021) for Mental Health activities, given the reform of the financing of Mental Health activities (MH) towards an allocation model in force since January 1st 2022. The amount of the funding guarantee recognised by the Group for the year ending June 30th 2022 amounts to €99 million (€103 million for the previous year) and is reported in the income statement under “Other operating income”. In addition to the revenue guarantee, the government also adjusted the levels of grants usually paid to health care institutions in order to compensate for the additional costs related to the COVID crisis that would not otherwise be covered. These subsidies are reported in the income statement under “Other operating income” for €89.8 million (€72.3 million for the previous financial year). Given the time lag between when costs are incurred by facilities and notification by the Regional Health Authorities of the corresponding subsidies, a significant portion of the subsidies reported during the period corresponds to financing for additional costs incurred during the previous financial year, a situation similar to that of the same period last year. Of the total amount of funding recognised in the period, €27.5 million (€14.5 million in the previous year) corresponds to amounts received for the funding of additional costs incurred in the previous year. Outside France The Group's facilities in Scandinavia played an active role in the care of COVID patients as well as in screening and vaccinating the population, backing up public institutions and in close collaboration with the supervisory authorities. Nevertheless, activity was impacted by the health crisis during the period, in particular for inpatient care in Sweden but also in Denmark and Norway where the authorities suspended admissions at the height of the spread of the virus from December 2021 to February 2022. Despite these periods of disruption, the overall activity level and profits were strong as activity was boosted during the periods when normal activity resumed. In Sweden, Sankt Göran Hospital and the Group-operated geriatric hospitals in Stockholm played a key role in managing the outbreak with over 100 beds dedicated to COVID patients. Sankt Göran, together with the Stockholm geriatric hospitals, treated almost 20% of all COVID patients in the Stockholm area throughout the pandemic. The Group contributed significantly to the screening and vaccination effort in Sweden and to screening in Norway. Whilst no support measures were implemented in Norway and Denmark, our facilities in Sweden received grants to cover additional operating costs. In total, the amount of aid received by our institutions in Sweden was €32.2 million in the period, compared to €61.5 million in the previous period. Scope of consolidation Ramsay Santé finalised the acquisition of 10 entities in Scandinavia during the year. These acquisitions are complementary to the current business and expand the scope of the Group's services as well as its geographic footprint. In total, these acquisitions represented a net investment of €288.6 million. Furthermore, Ramsay Santé completed the acquisition of GHP Specialty Care AB (“GHP”) in May 2022, for an enterprise value of €238 million. In the 12 months ending December 2021, GHP's turnover amounted to €137 million. GHP employs 765 FTEs. This acquisition contributed €29 million in turnover and €1.9 million in EBITDA to Ramsay Santé's accounts in the year ended 30 June 2022.
GHP Specialty Care Partners & Customers
8 Partners and customers
GHP Specialty Care has 8 strategic partners and customers. GHP Specialty Care recently partnered with Doctrin on June 6, 2018.
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GHP Specialty Care Team
2 Team Members
GHP Specialty Care has 2 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Gunnar Ahlberg.
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