On Friday, July 16, construction of a new hemodialysis unit building began next to the Paphos General Hospital.
According to the project, it will be independent from the main building of the hospital, but at the same time, it will be connected to it by a common corridor.
The object will have 3 floors. The ground floor will house an area for receiving and registering patients, examination rooms, four short-term hemodialysis stations, two hemodialysis stations for people with infectious diseases with a separate entrance, offices for service personnel, changing rooms and utility rooms. On the ground floor there are 25 modern hemodialysis systems, changing rooms for patients and utility rooms, on the second floor there is a rest room for the doctor on duty and other premises.
The new block will also include an outpatient department, short-term care units and a small operating room. But most importantly, the building will be fully accessible for people with disabilities.
The total area of the building will be 2.1 thousand m2.
The construction of the building was entrusted to A. Panayides Contracting Ltd.
The construction cost is estimated at €5.6 million, which was provided by the State Health Services Organisation.
The project is expected to take no more than 18 months to complete. After the commissioning of the object, the contractor company will be responsible for its maintenance for 12 years.
The Department of Public Works will coordinate the project, and its monitoring will be carried out by officials of the Department of Public Works, the Department of Electrical and Mechanical Services and the Audit Office of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works.
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