Dental group gets back on the acquisition trail
Scotland’s largest dental group looks for new acquisitions to join its family after confirming plans to invest further in the industry.
In the last week, Clyde Munro has acquired two new practices and has a further 10 practices in the final stages of the acquisition process on heads of terms. It has also reported a surge in new enquiries since the start of lockdown.
The Glasgow-based firm is now calling on principal dentists looking either for an exit or for a chance to focus on their clinical work to get in touch as it renews its growth drive following a turbulent period for the sector.
Clyde Munro’s teams worked tirelessly to ensure that every practice was ready to reopen on day one in June with all 42 of Clyde Munro’s practices around Scotland now successfully open for a range of treatments.
Kirsty Dace, chief development officer with the Glasgow-based group, said, “We’ve had numerous enquiries during lockdown with many dentists disillusioned as a result of the last year.