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Hue to construct $14mil obstetrical hospital

Update: August, 03/2015 - 18:00

The Hue Central Hospital, the biggest hospital run by the Ministry of Health in the Central region of Viet Nam, is to get a separate 300-bed obstetrical facility. — Photo tuoitre.vn

THUA THIEN - HUE — The Hue Central Hospital, the biggest hospital run by the Ministry of Health in the Central region of Viet Nam, is to get a separate 300-bed obstetrical facility.

The facility is expected to cost VND300 billion or US$14 million, with half the funds coming from State budget and the remaining from investment by private sector.

The facility in the form of a six-storey building with fully functional rooms for medical operation, will occupy 1,200sq. m area inside the hospital territory.

Construction will start in the first quarter of next year and is expected to be completed within two years. Demand for obstetrical services has been emerging strongly to cater to the needs of residents in the region, as there has been high pressure on the existing obstetric ward of the hospital.

Overload at the old building had resulted in low quality services and depressed patients for years. — VNS

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