The 300-bed hospital will be built over three years, and will include state-of-the-art technology across a number of specialised centres.
Alameda, an Egypt-based private healthcare group, will invest EGP 1 billion to operate the first and largest hospital in the New Administrative Capital. The 300-bed hospital will be built over three years in partnership with China State Construction Engineering, Al Hazeq Construction, and architecture firm HKS.
The new hospital will feature state-of-the-art medical equipment and technology across a number of specialised centres, as well as a training facility for nurses and physicians.
This latest investment is part of Alameda’s broader EGP 5 billion expansion plan in Egypt, which will take place over the next three to four years. Alameda plans to fund numerous facilities in Al Alamein City, Alexandria, Mansoura, and Assiut.