Hengeler Mueller advises Waterland on clinic acquisition and merger of RHM and MEDIAN Group

16. June 2015

RHM Klinikgruppe (“RHM”) held by the Dutch private equity company Waterland Private Equity (“Waterland“) announced that it has signed agreements to acquire Parkklinik Bad Rothenfelde, including the MBOR Kompetenzzentrum Bad Rothenfelde, and Gesundheitszentrum Hannover.

In addition, Waterland combines RHM with MEDIAN Group which is also held by Waterland. Based in Deidesheim, RHM provides rehabilitation, care and specialized acute care services as well as complementary day-care and outpatient treatment services in 22 clinics and care centers with 2,400 treatment and care places. MEDIAN Group, headquartered in Berlin, is the market leader in the field of post-acute and rehabilitation medicine among the private operators in Germany with around 7,500 employees. MEDIAN Group operates 45 facilities with more than 9,000 beds throughout Germany. Hengeler Mueller is advising Waterland and RHM on the transactions and has advised RHM repeatedly in the past on planned acquisitions. In the context of the clinic acquisition by RHM, the

Hengeler Mueller team is led by partner Alexander Nolte (M&A, Düsseldorf) and includes partners Hendrik Bockenheimer (Labour, Frankfurt), Thorsten Mäger (Antitrust, Düsseldorf), Matthias Scheifele (Tax, Frankfurt), Nikolaus Vieten (Financing, Frankfurt), counsels Peter Dampf (Financing, Frankfurt), Katharina Wodarz (Health Care, Berlin) as well as associates Peter Wehner (Corporate, Düsseldorf), Anne Broll (Labour, Frankfurt), Deniz Dursun (Health Care, Berlin) and Florian von Schreitter (Antitrust, Düsseldorf).

In the context of the combination of RHM and MEDIAN Group, the Hengeler Mueller team is led by partners Alexander Nolte and Thomas Meurer (both M&A, Düsseldorf) and includes partners Ulrich Blech (Real Estate, Berlin), Hendrik Bockenheimer (Labour, Frankfurt), Oliver Rieckers (Corporate, Düsseldorf), Matthias Scheifele (Tax, Frankfurt), Christian Schwandtner (Management Participation, Düsseldorf), Nikolaus Vieten (Financing, Frankfurt), counsels Peter Dampf (Financing, Frankfurt), Katharina Wodarz (Health Care, Berlin) as well as associates Daniel Möritz (M&A, Düsseldorf), Matthias Cloppenburg, Gerrit Forst, Henning Geerken, Anika Gilberg (all Corporate, Düsseldorf), Deniz Dursun (Health Care, Berlin), Katharina Hesse (Management Participation, Düsseldorf), Carsten Hohmann (Real Estate, Berlin), Ute König (M&A, Düsseldorf) and Lars Voigt (Real Estate, Frankfurt).

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