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Construction begins on Egypt’s $1.1bn medical city in Cairo

Capital Med is developed by the Egyptians For Healthcare Services and is located within Cairo.
Construction work has commenced on the 46.8ha Capital Med — touted to be the largest integrated medical city owned by the private sector in the Middle East and Africa — with the foundation stone for the healthcare construction project being laid by the Egyptian minister of housing, Assem al-Gazzar, in the North African country’s Badr City.
Meanwhile, the chairman of Egyptians For Healthcare Services, Dr. Hassan Al-Ạlqlạ said that as part of the project an integrated medical complex and the entire project will be constructed with an investment of $1.1bn.
the medical city will create 10,000 to 30,000 job opportunities.
According to the project document released by Egyptians For Healthcare Services, the medical city will be home to the 374-bed Badr University Centre, Central Plant Centre, Ambulatory & Outpatient Center (Doctors’ Plaza), Shopping Mall and Commercial area within Phase 1 of the project. In addition to Rehabilitation, Cosmetic and Wellness Institute; Emergency and Trauma, Precision Medicine, and Transplant Institute; Hotel and Residential area within the Central Command Centre.
Phase 2 of the medical city will involve the construction of Women and Children Institute; Skilled Nursing Housing Institute; Central Plant Centre 2; and Advanced Medical Research and Training Institute.
Meanwhile, Phase 3 of the project will cover the construction of Behavioural & Mental Disorders Institute; Assisted Living Care Institute; Long-term Care Institute; Geriatric Health Care Institute; and area for further expansion in the future.
Dr Al-Alqla added that the project will be completed in three to 10 years.


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