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Indian investor wants to build a hospital in Chita
The Indian company Medanta plans to build a hospital in Chita. The project was discussed within the framework of the Trans-Baikal Investor Day, including the number, parameters and scope of services provided. One of the main directions of the future medical center is the detection at an early stage of oncological diseases and their treatment.
According to the Agency for attracting investments and export support in the Far East, a memorandum on the implementation of medical projects in the Far Eastern Federal District in the amount of 2,5 billion rubles was signed with the company during the WEF-2019. The construction of a hospital in Transbaikalia may be financed under public-private partnership.
Medanta is one of the largest private healthcare companies in India. She works in 49 areas, including cardiology, transportology and cancer treatment. The investor is ready to launch several more projects in the Far East: to open a hemodialysis center and an ophthalmology department in Buryatia, oncological screening centers in Yakutia.