Nytida acquires Brostugegården in Uppsala

Nytida AB, a part of Ambea, has acquired Brostugegården in Uppsala, a home for people with special needs due to psychiatric and social disabilities.

Brostugegården has 30 beds and offers a homelike environment, combined with support and help to an independent life in accordance with every individuals own abilities. The operation was founded in the 1960’s and has been owned by the same family since 1979. The yearly revenue is 22 MSEK.

“We are very pleased that Brostugegården’s owners have chosen Nytida to take over their well-functioning operation. It will be a valuable contribution to Nytida’s existing operations in Uppland”, says Katarina Hult, Nytida’s Sector Manager for Individual and Family Care.  

For more information, please contact:

Sector Manager Katarina Hult, Nytida, katarina.hult@nytida.se or +46733-77 53 10.

Business Area Manager Agneta Lindgren, Nytida, agneta.lindgren@nytida.se or +46733-44 15 01.

Head of IR and Strategy Louise Tjeder, louise.tjeder@ambea.se or +46731-43 17 68.

Ambea is one of the leading providers of care in the Nordic countries. Within the Ambea group, we offer accommodation, support, training and staffing within health and social care. Ambea has over 450 units all over Sweden and in Norway. Ambea has around 14,000 employees. The company was founded in 1996 and its head office is located in Solna, Sweden. Ambea is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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