Mena Health Partners to open three Egypt hospitals by 2022

Investment company reportedly says it plans to invest $60-million in Egypt’s healthcare sector by the end of 2020

Three new hospitals will open in Egypt.
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Three new hospitals will open in Egypt.

Mena Health Partners is reportedly set to open three hospitals in Egypt's New Cairo, Sixth of October, and Mohandessin by 2022, all of which will create up to 1,500 job opportunities in the Arab country.

According to a report by Thomson Reuters, the investor will open an 85-bed Katameya specialised hospital in New Cairo by the end of 2019, another 85-bed Welcare hospital in Mohandessin by 2021, and a 100-bed October International hospital in Sixth of October by 2022.

Mena Health Partners' medical director, Hossam El-Essawy, reportedly said the projects were being driven by the operator’s plans to invest in the Egyptian healthcare sector, with costs of up to $60m by 2020.

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