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Water Street Healthcare Partners Signs Definitive Agreement to Sell Sierra Scientific Instruments to Given Imaging
Date:3/21/2010

re expertise and network of industry relationships to ultimately create two market leaders in attractive segments of the health care industry.  The agreement to sell Sierra Scientific to Given Imaging strategically positions the company for long-term success and delivers a solid return to our investors," said Ned Villers, a partner with Water Street.  

About Water Street Healthcare Partners

Water Street Healthcare Partners is a leading private equity firm focused exclusively on health care.  With more than $1 billion of capital under management, Water Street is one of the most active investors in the health care industry.  The firm has a strong record of building market-leading companies across key growth sectors in health care.  It has partnered with some of the world's leading health care companies on its investments including: Johnson & Johnson, Medtronic and Smith & Nephew.  Water Street's team is comprised of industry executives and private equity professionals with decades of experience investing in and operating global health care businesses.  The firm is headquartered in Chicago.  For more information about Water Street, visit www.wshp.com.


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