- Amblea will operate with close to 900 healthcare institutions and 6,000 medical transportation companies
- Extens invested in Sanilea in 2019
- Extens is a Paris, France-based digital health investment fund
Sanilea, backed by Extens, will merge with Ambler to form Amblea, a digital platform to manage and optimise medical transportation.
No financial details of the transaction were disclosed.
Amblea will operate with close to 900 healthcare institutions and 6,000 medical transportation companies.
Extens invested in Sanilea in 2019.
“Sanilea provides its functional depth and expertise to the organization of medical transportation, while Ambler adds its technology and optimisation know-how,” said Alban Douady, analyst at Extens, a reference shareholder in the new group. “This alliance will enable the group to achieve the critical mass required to accelerate digitalisation in this demanding market.”
The merger is expected to be completed in 2024.
Extens is a Paris, France-based digital health investment fund. The firm acts as a growth investor, mainly in France and Western Europe, by injecting up to €15 million into SMEs that generate over €3 million in revenue and are EBITDA positive.
Ambler centralises and organises medical transport and is based in Paris, France.
Sanilea facilitates the organisation of medical transport between healthcare facilities, professional transport services and patients through a secure platform. The company is based in Limoges, France.