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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins LLP has advised the shareholders of ID Medical Group Holdings Limited (ID Medical) on the sale of the entire issued share capital in the global ID Medical Group to Aya Healthcare, Inc (Aya), the largest healthcare talent software and staffing company in the United States.

ID Medical is a leading workforce solutions provider providing the NHS and other healthcare organizations with innovative workforce solutions - including workforce management, international recruitment and temporary healthcare staffing. ID Medical is accredited by all major Frameworks, regularly working with over 95% of NHS Trusts, recruiting and supplying doctors, nurses and allied health professionals.

Aya Healthcare, is the largest healthcare talent software and staffing company in the United States and have acquired ID Medical in order to build a UK presence as part of a wider international growth strategy.

As part of the acquisition, ID Medical will join Aya's family of brands and make Aya's market-leading technology available to the NHS and UK-based clinicians.

The Trowers team was led by Corporate Partner and Recruitment sector specialist Steven Raize with support from Kevin Finlayson (Corporate) and Rose Wakefield (Corporate). The team was assisted by Alex Barnes (Tax), Nicola Ihnatowicz (Employment), Victoria Robertson (Commercial) and the  Real Estate, Regulatory and Pensions teams.

Steven Raize said: "we are delighted to have advised the shareholders of ID Medical Group on the sale of the company to Aya Healthcare. This is the fourth transaction we have completed in the Recruitment sector in recent months. We wish ID Medical and Aya all the best for the future. Congratulations to all involved."

Deenu Patel, CEO at ID Medical commented: "Steven and his team at Trowers, provided us with just the right combination of legal and commercial advice. They were very committed and responsive throughout the process. Steven's experience of advising on transactions in the recruitment sector proved to be invaluable."