Our History

Aspen Healthcare is excited about the benefits not only to the organisation as a whole but to our staff of our evolving business and future developments.  Have a look at our journey so far! 


In June 2015, Aspen became a wholly owned subsidiary of Tenet Healthcare; a leading provider of diversified healthcare services in the United States.

Aspen has also entered into partnership with Nova Healthcare, the specialist private patient cancer facility of St James’s Institute of Oncology, Leeds.  Aspen has acquired fifty percent of the ownership of Nova.


Aspen aquires the Claremont Hospital in Sheffield, the Midland Eye Institute, Solihull and the Chelmsford Medical Centre, Essex. In early 2012, a restructuring of the USPI group resulted in Aspen Healthcare being wholly owned by WCAS.


In January, Aspen Healthcare enters into a joint venture arrangement at The Edinburgh Clinic.


Aspen Healthcare purchases Highgate Hospital in March and opens Cancer Centre London in August.


United Surgical Partners International (USPI), backed by Welsh Carson Anderson and Stowe (WCAS), acquires Aspen.


Aspen Healthcare is established in March following a management buyout of Paracelsus UK from Paracelsus Kliniken Deutschland GmbH. At the time of the buyout, Paracelsus UK (an independent healthcare provider founded in 1987) consisted of two acute care community hospitals: Parkside Hospital, Wimbledon and Holly House Hospital, Buckhurst Hill.
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