Apr 24, 2015 - More than 4000 tests per hour EsSalud
April 24, 2015 – Perú – Up to 4,500 tests per hour can now analyze the Alberto Barton EsSalud hospital in Callao. This is due to a modern automated laboratory that has been implemented in that hospital, which will alleviate waiting times for insured of the Assistance Network Sabogal.
Apr 23, 2015 - New Services in EsSalud
April 23, 2015 – Perú – Fidel Pintado, head of the Central Service Office for the EsSalud associates, said strengthen its services with this new restructuring. "Definitely, EsSalud supply against demand for healthcare staff has a wide gap. There is a process of contracting private clinics and hospitals implementing PPP procurement route as Alberto Barton hospitals in Callao and Guillermo Kaelin, in Villa María, "he said.
Mar 27, 2015 - Spanish company Eurofinsa wants to invest over 300 billion FCFA in...
March 27th 2015, Cameroon – The Spanish group, Eurofinsa, and international group, that counts IBT Group as a subsidiary for USA and Latin America, has proposed that the Cameroonian government accept a 500 million dollar line of credit (over 300 billion FCFA) through Deutsche Bank for road construction, affordable housing, health, energy and drinking water. However, although the financing proposed by Eurofinsa seems to appeal to Cameroonian authorities, Eurofinsa wants to provide the...
Jan 5, 2014 - Health Ministry to supply new equipment to 85 hospitals
The Ministry of Health has announced it will from January 6 to February 28, 2014, install medical equipment in all 85 district hospitals across the countryA statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the Ministry, Tony Goodman indicated the exercise “forms part of efforts by government to replace obsolete equipment and retool all hospitals across the country.”The Ministry is doing this under the National Medical Equipment Replacement Project.Facilities to be benefited under...
Feb 29, 2012 - Korle Bu hands over project site
The government's $100 million equipment replacement project for the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Ghana has began. The project involves the re-equipping of 13 of the 24 theatres in the hospital as well as the rehabilitation of the Laundry and Catering Departments of the hospital.