The Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines publishes new investment opportunities for healthcare PPPs.

The PPP Center of the Philippines publishes a new investment broshure that presents a row of PPP healthcare projects

-1 project to be approved by the relevant governmental authorities (University of the Philippines Philippine General  Hospital (PGH) Manila Cancer Center Project)

– and 5 projects under development:

  • Philippine General Hospital (PGH) Diliman Project;
  • Mental Wellness Center and ancillary facilities in the Mariveles  Mental Health and General Hospital (MMWGH) compound;
  • Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (BGHMC) – Renal Center Facility Project;
  • Cagayan Valley Medical Center (CVMC) Hemodialysis Center Project;
  • Bicol Medical Center’s (BMC) Medical Arts Building and Upgrading of Health  Services Project.

Investment Opportunities Brochure (September 2020)

Chile is progressing with Buin-Paine Hospital concession

Consejo Políticas de Infraestructura announced that six consortiums submitted on 19 October 2020 their technical and economic offers for the Buin-Paine Hospital concession to construct and maintain for 19 years.

The tender is part of the second health facility concession program promoted by the government of Chile. The Buin-Paine Hospital will will be a facility with 200 beds and total area of 56,000 m2 -it will serve the inhabitants of the two communities.  Investment required is US $ 120 million.

There were nine prequalified consortia, but the choice will be made   between:

More information about the project

 

 
 

Preferred bidder named for the New Footscray Hospital, Australia

VHHSBA  has announced on 6 October 2020 the preferred bidder – Plenary Health consortium –  to enter into an exclusive negotiation with the Victorian Government to deliver the new Footscray Hospitalm the largest ever health infrastructure investment in the Victoria state, Australia

The hospital will be delivered as a Public Private Partnership, which involves bringing together a private consortium to design, construct, finance and maintain the new facility over a period of 25 years.

The consortium includes:

The architectural design team is led by Billard Leece Partnership and Cox Architecture.

The New Footscray Hospital will feature at least 504 beds, enabling care for almost an additional 15,000 patients and an extra 20,000 people to be seen by the emergency department each year.

It will also deliver more outpatient, palliative care and mental health services ensuring the community can access quality care closer to home.

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Request for Proposal For Appointment of Transaction Advisor for Carrying out the Financial Feasibility and Bid Process Management for Development and Operation of 100 bed at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust Hospital through Public-Private Partnership

Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust has taken several initiatives in the recent past to meet the increasing demand and expectations for improved health care services. The PPP initiatives of the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, in conformity with the National Health Policy, are intended to consolidate the strengths and utilize resources of both the partners for improving the availability, accessibility and quality of health care services for the entire population. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust now intends to strengthen the healthcare infrastructure in PPP mode for greater access to quality health care services for the employees and by the population at large. Accordingly, the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust wishes to establish a 100 bed Hospital within the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust Hospital, through PPP. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) is willing to procure the services of a Transaction Advisor (TA) for carrying out the Financial Feasibility and Bid Process Management for Development and Operation of the above initiative. JNPT invites bids for “Transaction Advisory services for Carrying out the Financial Feasibility and Bid Process Management for Development and Operation of 100 bed at Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust Hospital through Public Private Partnership (PPP).”  More information