HC Management of Medical Center PLC (MMC), in collaboration with Hadassah Medical Ltd, has embarked on the first phase of the ambitious project to build the new Hadassah Health Park in Nicosia.
Recently, MMC announced that it has entered into agreements with world famous architectural companies, ADP Architecture (United Kingdom) and Spector Amisar Architects (Israel), as well as Cyprus' ENA pros EKATO (CONSTANTI ARCHITECTS). They will jointly develop and design an ultramodern capital hospital.
It should be noted that the international construction giant Bouygues Batiment International was chosen as the developer company. Bouygues Batiment International is now actively advising investors on the project.
Construction of Hadassah Health Park is expected to begin around the end of 2021, once all permits have been received. By the way, MMC has already submitted applications to the relevant authorities for consideration.
As you may know MMC (HC Management of Medical Center PLC) entered into an agreement with Hadassah Medical Ltd regarding the construction of a new medical center in Nicosia in November 2020.
Hadassah Medical Ltd is a subsidiary of the Hadassah Medical Organization, which was founded in Israel in 1934 and since then provides a full range of medical services to both Israeli citizens and residents of other countries.
Hadassah Health Park, which aims to provide the highest quality medical and rehabilitation services, will be located in the capital of Cyprus, in a location with easy access to the Limassol and Larnaca motorways.
The new hospital will cover an 23 m2 area and will provide a range of medical services, some of which have never been seen in Cypriot hospitals before. The hospital's rehabilitation center will offer its patients post-operative recovery as well as help for people suffering from chronic diseases and substance abuse. The clinic will also operate a hotel for patients' relatives.
The total cost of Israeli investments in the project is estimated at EUR 150 million. It will create 1,500 new jobs for Cypriots.