Metropolitan: New €35 million private hospital planned for Paphos (video)

A new, €35 million, private hospital is anticipated to be built in Paphos, further enriching the district’s healthcare offering.

The Metropolitan Private Hospital will operate in the Mesogi community of the Paphos District. With the aim of securing the planning permission, a relevant application has been submitted to the Department of Environment together with an environmental study.

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What it will include

Based on the environmental assessment, the proposed project consists of two buildings, the private hospital itself and an office building.

The private hospital, for which the Environment Authority has given the green light, will include, among others, artificial kidney, endoscopy, lithotripsy, and rehabilitation units, a mortuary, radiodiagnostic center, emergency department, diagnostic departments, offices, operating theatre, obstetrics, an intensive care unit and patient wards.

The height of the main building of the private hospital will be approximately 17 meters and the height of the building consisting of the doctors' offices and the pharmacy will be approximately 19 meters.

It is recalled that the Metropolitan Private Hospital announced the issuance of its establishment license, on 19 September 2023, as a private hospital in Paphos.

Modern private hospital

This will be, as mentioned, a modern, high-standard 14,000 m2 private hospital, which, with seven fully equipped operating theaters, a state-of-the-art emergency department, 75 beds, an intensive care unit and doctors' offices, and which aims to be a landmark in the provision of health services in Cyprus.

The new development aspires to provide high quality, integrated, efficient and safe healthcare services by highly qualified professionals and through the latest technology.

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The operating hours of the hospital will be the standard of private hospitals, i.e. for the doctor's offices 09am-8pm and for the Casualty Department, 24 hours a day.

Based on the environmental impact assessment study, which was filed in 2021, the estimated cost of the project is anticipated to be over €35 million and the project is expected to be completed two years after all the required permits have been secured.

(Source: InBusinessNews)

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