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Italian firm to build a huge hospital in Nairobi

Urology and nephrology center of all sub-Saharan Africa

21-07-2017 by redazione

Following the contract of Silicon Savannah in Kenya by an Italian company, Maltauro, an Italian-based integrated design company, Politecnica, was commissioned to build the East African Kidney Institute's Center of Excellence in Nairobi, A modern hospital, which should become the reference point for urology and nephrology throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
The new hospital structure, which has been rendered in the past days, renders, in its full use it will not only address the Kenyan population, but also the inhabitants of the neighboring countries, including Ethiopia, Somalia and Tanzania, which will be reserved areas and areas Hospitals designed according to internationally recognized and recognized health standards.
A new and important challenge, full of innovation and technical and social values, which is part of one of the many institutional investment programs Politecnica is participating in internationally, specifically in the African Development Bank's financing program with the Keniota Government , With the aim of addressing and overcoming labor market difficulties for qualified professionals in biomedical specialties of nephrology and urology within East Africa's Center of Excellence (EAC).
With a total area of ​​15,000 m2, for a total investment estimated by the Ministry of Health of Kenya of around 16 million euros, the project is located in a barycentric position within the metropolitan area, in a large green space Close to the important road node of Ngong Road and close to the Kenyatta National Hospital and the National University Polo.
The building will host, in addition to teaching areas, university and congress facilities, hospital departments with very high medical technology. There will be a dialysis department with 45 beds, a critical area of ​​20 beds, an operating block and a diagnostic area for the latest generation, as well as ambulatory, laboratory and support services. In addition to these spaces, two levels dedicated to hospitality and accommodate, in rooms with different cuts, a total of 160 internal patients.

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