Netcare, the parent company of General Healthcare Group (GHG) which owns BMI Healthcare, Britain's largest private hospital group, has reported a loss before tax of £1.9m for its UK operations in the six months ended 31 March 2014.

Revenues rose by 4.4% to £446.8m, while EBITDA before rent paid to the GHG property businesses grew by 2.7% to £99.1m.

The figures emerged as BMI Healthcare confirmed that chief executive Stephen Collier is to step down from his role, with a successor expected to be appointed by the end of the year.

Source Health Insurance Daily

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