Australia's Pulse Health signals job cuts in $20 mln purchase of Boulcott Hospital

Paul McBeth
Mon, 07 Dec 2015

By Paul McBeth Dec. 7 (BusinessDesk) - Pulse Health, the Australian private hospital operator, has signalled job cuts at Lower Hutt's Boulcott Hospital, which it has bought for up to $20 million as it seeks to build a foothold in New Zealand's health sector.  The Sydney-based company is spending A$48.3 million on five surgeries across Australia and the New Zealand hospital to expand its existing business, and also give it a beachhead on this side of the Tasman where it's eyeing up other opportunities, Pulse said in a statement. The Boulco...

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