Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital invested MXN150m in mezzanine financing in Alivia Clinica de Alta Especialidad, a Mexico-based clinic for infusion and specialty pharmacy treatments for patients with oncological and chronic degenerative diseases. The financing aims to support the company’s long-term growth and expansion strategy in Mexico.
(Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital) Blue like an Orange Sustainable Capital closed a mezzanine financing to Alivia – the leading independent clinic for infusion and specialty pharmacy treatments for patients with oncological and chronicdegenerative diseases in Mexico. The transaction aims to support the Company and its founder’s longterm growth and expansion strategy in Mexico.
Alivia operates a network of nine specialty clinics throughout Mexico focused on providing high quality treatments, offering personalized services to its patients at a lower cost than the traditional general hospital alternatives. The Company is currently the leading independent clinic for infusions and hemodialysis services in Mexico with presence in major cities such as: Mexico City, Monterrey, Chihuahua, Ciudad Juarez, Leon, San Luis Potosi, and Metepec.
The Company is committed to providing a patient-centric approach to the treatment of diseases such as cancer, hemophilia, kidney failure, and neurological disorders, amongst others. Alivia works directly with a nationwide network of doctors and insurance companies, to be able to provide its patients a hassle-free experience post-prescription by handling all treatment and administrative related processes on behalf of patients. Alivia’s core focus is patient safety and satisfaction via a personalized experience that avoids unnecessary hospitalizations – an issue ever more relevant during the Covid-19 pandemic – at a lower cost than traditional general hospitals.
“We are thankful to Blue like an Orange for focusing on the development of the healthcare sector in Mexico. We are excited that with Blue like an Orange’s external funding, Alivia will be able to reach more patients faster than with internally funded growth. Hopefully, our patient-centric approach at lower costs than traditional alternatives will contribute to increasing accessibility to private health services for the Mexican population, as well as contribute to reducing costs throughout the overall private health insurance industry with the objective of increasing its coverage of the Mexican population.” – said Hector Benavides Sauceda, President and Co-Founder of Alivia.