"Health care is going through a huge amount of change," Abrar Mir, Quadria Capital co-founder and managing partner, told CNBC's "The Rundown."
"Total health care spending in Asia today stands at about $1.3 trillion. By 2030, that's going to grow to about $4.3 trillion, so it's a very compelling investment case, growing at about 15 percent per annum," he added.
Quadria closed two multi-million dollar deals in June, the latest being a move into Franco-Vietnamese Hospital (FV Hospital) in Vietnam. The investment will be used to build diagnostic and treatment centers for selected specialties and to provide access to advanced care in central and south Vietnam.
FV Hospital also receives patients from neighboring countries of Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar.
"It was founded about 20 years ago by a group of very talented French doctors, and has now emerged as probably the leading platform for high-end critical care," Mir said, declining to reveal the size of the investment.
Vietnam is one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia. With an expanding middle class and higher incidence of lifestyle-induced diseases, demand for health care has been on the rise, according to the firm.