1. • Since November 2018, Ramsay Générale de Santé (Ramsay GdS) is the new owner of Capio and the combined Group is a leading provider of healthcare services in Europe, offering a broad range of high quality medical, surgical and psychiatric healthcare services across six countries.

    Capio’s application for de-listing was approved by Nasdaq Stockholm on 14 November and the last day of trading was 28 November 2018.  

    • Capio is awarded an extension of the contract to run Capio S:t Göran’s hospital from 2022 to 2026 and two acute geriatric contracts in Stockholm. 

    • Capio acquires the Swedish healthcare group Legevisitten with specialist care operations, mainly focusing on healthcare for the elderly, and primary care activities.

    • Capio acquires Novakliniken, which operates eight primary care centers and two branches and provides some occupational health and dental services, in the southeastern parts of Skåne, Sweden.

  2. • Capio Läkargruppen signs a new agreement with Region Örebro
    • During the year, two new orthopedic clinics are acquired in Aarhus and Viborg, Denmark
    • Capio acquires a specialist ophthalmology clinic in Bremen, Germany, and in Oslo, Norway
    • Capio acquires the Swedish healthcare Group Backa Läkarhus with 11 primary care centers and 9 rehabilitation centers in Region Västra Götaland (VGR), and a light accident and emergency center in Region Halland

  3. •Capio enters the Danish market by  acquiring the second largest private
    hospital group CFR Hospitaler
    • Capio Clinique du Domont opens north of Paris, a pure day surgery center entirely dedicated to outpatient services and the first of its kind in France
    • A new and larger accident and emergency department (A&E) opens at Capio S:t Göran’s hospital in Stockholm, increasing the capacity to
    100,000 patients per year

  4. • Capio acquires Capio Clinique du Parisis which strenghens the local star network in the Paris region

    • The new modern hospital Capio Clinique Belharra opens in Bayonne

    • Capio acquires two clinics in Norway giving a national presence and healthcare offering in each of Norway's health regions

    • Capio is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm on June 30

  5. • Capio acquires two primary care centres in Falkenberg and a heart clinic in Varberg, Sweden

    • Volvat opens a new medical centre in central Oslo, Norway

  6. • Capio Movement is awarded a contract for rheumatology within Region Halland, Sweden

    • Capio expands its operations within geriatrics, advanced home care and palliative care at Nacka local hospital in Stockholm, Sweden

    • Capio signs a new agreement for Nacka geriatrics in Stockholm, Sweden

  7. • Capio acquires Ulriksdal Hospital in Bergen, Norway

    • Capio acquires Carema Healthcare in Sweden, increasing the number of primary care units in Sweden to more than 70, and specialist healthcare activities by approximately 25%

    • Capio acquires Blausteinklinik, a specialist vein surgery clinic in southern Germany

    • Capio wins the contract to run Capio St Göran’s emergency hospital in Stockholm up to and including 2021, with the possibility of extension by four years

    • Capio makes supplementary acquisitions of primary care units in Sweden

  8. • Capio wins the contract to run Lundby Local Hospital, Gothenburg, Swe- den, for a further six years

    • Capio acquires the Aguiléra hospital in Biarritz, France

    • Capio acquires the specialist orthopaedic Domont hospital in France

    • Capio strengthens specialist care in Sweden with the day surgery clinic Capio Arena Clinic, as well as acquisitions within surgery, CFTK (Centre for Laparoscopic Surgery), and gynaecology, the Capio Kista Specialist Centre, in Stockholm, and the acquisition of the specialist orthopaedic centre Movement Medical in Halmstad

    • Capio acquires two primary care units in Sweden and expands with an outpatient clinic in Germany

  9. • Capio wins contracts for addiction disorder care in Stockholm, Capio Maria, and psychiatric outpatient care in Östergötland, Capio Psychiatry, in Sweden

  10. • Capio incorporates the acquisition of Kvalita Närsjukvård with primary care units in Stockholm and Örebro, Sweden

  11. • Capio acquires primary care units in Stockholm and commences primary healthcare activities in Sweden

  12. • Capio acquires Vena Fachkliniken with specialist vein surgery clinics in Germany

  13. • Capio gains new owners and is acquired by funds advised by Apax Worldwide, Nordic Capital and Apax France. Capio is delisted from the Stockholm Stock Exchange

    • Capio acquires the German healthcare group Deutsche Klinik GmbH, including five hospitals

    • Capio acquires nine clinics in France with focus on surgery, medicine and obstetrics

  14. • Capio acquires the largest private hospital in France, Clinique des Cèdres, in Toulouse

  15. • Capio enters the French healthcare market by acquiring the second-largest private healthcare company with 16 clinics

  16. • Capio is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange

  17. • Capio acquires and begins to run St Göran’s Hospital in Stockholm

    • Capio enters the British market and acquires the Florence Nightingale Hospital in London, the UK

  18. • Capio enters the Norwegian market through the acquisition of the private Volvat Group

    • Capio acquires Svenska Cityklinikerna primary care units creating a good foundation for healthcare services in southern Sweden

  19. • Capio acquires Lundby Hospital, Gothenburg

    • Capio is established as the business area Bure Healthcare within Bure Equity AB, in Sweden