Meridiam invests in a fifth hospital in Turkey
- More than €800 million investment
- One of the most significant and modern healthcare facilities in the country, with 1,875 beds
Meridiam, with its partners Rönesans, Samsung and Istanbul Asset Management, is investing €803 million in Gaziantep City Hospital, a new Public Private Partnership project developed under the Ministry of Health national healthcare program in Turkey.
This investment fits with Meridiam global strategy for sustainable and impactful critical public services infrastructure and will reinforce the firm global footprint in the healthcare sector in Turkey. Gaziantep City Hospital should benefit from the know how developed through Meridiam four existing Turkish hospitals portfolio in Adana, Bursa, Elazig, Yozgat and will increase its total bed capacity to 6,300 in the country.
When complete, at the end of 2024, this impressive new hospital complex is expected to be one of the country’s most significant healthcare facility. It will comprise seven different hospitals, with dedicated units for General, Intensive, Oncology, Children, and Psychiatric care, for a total 1,875-bed capacity. It will offer medical services and specialized care with modern medical technology and equipment in one of the major city of the country of over 2 million inhabitants. And it will provide permanent employment to approximately 6,000 people and offer treatment to 18,000 outpatients daily.
Gaziantep City Hospital will also seek gold LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification, the most widely used green building rating system in the world. This international certification values the ecological materials used for construction but also how healthy, highly efficient, and cost-saving the buildings are as a whole.
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