Philippines Announced Two Healthcare PPP Projects “to Boost Access to Top-rated Medical Facilities”

The University of the Philippines – Philippine General Hospital aims to its ambitious plan to expand medical services by building new Cancer Center and a world-class 700-bed hospital. Both projects are a part of the government’s line-up of critical healthcare projects under PPP scheme, providing world-class medical facilities especially for vulnerable citizens. 

The first project is the Cancer Center with 200 to 300-bed, will be located in the Philippine General Hospital Manila and will be the first dedicated cancer hospital in the national capital region. The hospital will provide affordable and international quality cancer treatment for public and private patients as well as support for teaching and research activities. The Cancer Center will be equipped with surgical oncology operating rooms, diagnostic imaging and laboratories with multi-specialty outpatient care. 

The second project is Diliman Project, a world-class 700-bed hospital with integrated healthcare, teaching and research facilities and specialized services that are not usually available in other public hospitals.

Both projects are undergoing National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Investment Coordination Committee evaluation and approval process. 

Image credits and press release by PPP Center of the Philippines.

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