Alliar Médicos à Frente is the second largest company of diagnostic imaging in Brazil, with a technology park consisting of more than 100 MRI machines, 50 CT scanners and 250 ultrasound machines, among others, distributed along more than 100 service centers that are strategically positioned in 46 cities among 10 states. The Company has an historical growth rate higher than the rate of the industry‘s publicly-held companies in Brazil: from 2013 to 2015, its net revenue grew on average at a compounded annual rate (CAGR) of 59.2%, positioning the company as the third largest in the country in the segment in terms of net revenue.

Created in 2011 from the merger of four leading companies in the diagnostic imaging‘s segment, which were located at the cities of Belo Horizonte, Juiz de Fora, Sao Jose dos Campos and Campo Grande, Alliar was born already with a prominent position in its business operation, due the history of high quality service by its predecessors. In the last five years, the Company‘s expansion happened through the associative acquisition of 19 companies and through the opening of 42 new units, both in markets in which the company already operated and also in new locations. The expansion plans prioritized the regions where there was a great potential for growth and involved companies with brands well-known in their respective areas. The Company follows the hub and spoke model, in which the association with regional leading companies is followed by the opening of units in nearby towns, located within its radius of influence. Thus, in addition to the presence in the large Brazilian centers, among which are the cities of São Paulo, Belo Horizonte and Salvador, the Company also has a network of service centers spread along small and medium-sized Brazilian cities with high growth potential, and which show an pent-up demand for medical diagnostic exams of high complexity.

Currently, with more than 5,000 employees and 850 service providers‘ physicians, the company has a Market Share higher than 4% in the total number of diagnostic imaging exams carried out in the country, having carried out over 2 million exams in the segment in the first half 2016.