The public private partnership (PPP) project was part of the Egyptian Government’s aim to strengthen its health infrastructure, seen as a model for future hospitals.
The project included:
a new 200-bed gynaecology/obstetrics University Hospital to be located as part of a new hospital complex which would also include a new paediatric and a new emergency hospital at the Smouha hospitals complex
a new blood bank at the Smouha hospitals complex
a new 223-bed hospital near the existing Mowassat Hospital for the provision of highly specialised care services (centres of excellence)
a neuro-centre and a urology/nephrology (including kidney transplants) centre.
Our advisory services encompassed all aspects of facilities management, contracts, equipment and information management and technology for the development.
This involved undertaking a review of existing arrangements, providing guidance on tender documentation and process, holding a training workshop for evaluators and being on hand to provide technical support during the evaluation process.