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PHG holds 3 pc market share following Domain acquisition

AMP Capital subsidiary Principal Healthcare Group (PHG) is the largest owner of for-profit aged care in Australia following its 100 per cent acquisition of Domain Aged Care from MFS Limited.

The acquisition leaves PHG with a total of over 5000 operational aged care beds across 58 facilities – close to 3 per cent of the total Australian aged care market.

Following the purchase, AMP Capital Head of Infrastructure, Australia and New Zealand, Dr Greg Roder praised Domain as a leading provider of aged care services.

“Domain Aged Care is…characterised by modern facilities, a committed and caring work force and a clear vision for the future.  

“Domain’s experienced management team, reputation for quality, solid growth track record, and substantial property portfolio makes this a very attractive investment,” he said. 

Principal Healthcare Group will be made up of two separate facility portfolios:  Principal Aged Care and Domain.

Principal Aged Care facilities are currently operated by the Moran Health Care Group under a management agreement but Domain will continue to operate under its experienced management team.


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