AMG concludes Oman's Medical City design phase
- Oman: Saturday, March 02 - 2013 at 00:30
Saudi-based Apex Medical Group (AMG) has said the detailed design of the masterplan for its proposed International Medical City (IMC) in Oman has been completed, Oman Daily Observer has reported. The $1bn, multi-phased IMC project is aimed at filling a healthcare gap in the region by offering expert services that patients from the GCC usually have to travel as far as Europe and the US, to get, the firm said. The project would include the region's first multispecialty transplant centre; a 250-bed tertiary care multispecialty hospital; a high-tech diagnostic centre; a healthcare resort; a wellness centre; a luxury hotel; medical and nursing colleges; and a purpose-built research and development centre complex.
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