Morocco’s Agentis starts building $50m hospital in the Ivory Coast

Moroccan press reported that the 10ha hospital will be completed in approximately 16 months

The hospital is expected to be built in approximately 16 months.
Morocco World News
The hospital is expected to be built in approximately 16 months.

Moroccan medical company Agentis has reportedly started construction plans on a hospital in Adzopé, Ivory Coast, for a fee worth $50m.

According to news publication Morocco World News, which cited the country's official news channel Maghreb Press Agency, the hospital is set to be completed in 16 months and will be a 10ha development.

The hospital will have a capacity for 200 beds and will provide a wide range of services including surgery, paediatric services, and obstetrics.

Reports added that Agentis signed the deal for the Adzopé hospital with the Ivorian government in May 2019.

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