foreign-invested medical facilities

By Song Ruiqiu and Lou Xiaohan King & Wood Mallesons’ Finance & Capital Markets group.

Middle Huaihai Road in Shanghai is home to a stately piece of architecture a well-known foreign owned Shanghai Redleaf International Women & Children’s Hospital (“Redleaf”). Incorporated on 9 December 2011, Redleaf had been operating from Middle Huaihai Road for over four years. As a hospital with high-end positioning, excellent medical staff, luxurious facilities, and quality services, Redleaf had attracted clients from all over the world. However, on 31 August 2017, Redleaf made a sudden announcement that it would be relocating its services to a different location at the request of the government.[1] The move that followed, happened almost overnight and, no doubt, brought with it significant consequences for the hospital, and its staff and patients.
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