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
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.