Turkish Company invests in new hospital in FYR Macedonia July 2, 2010Posted by Yilan in Macedonia, Turkey.
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“The high standard of health and the quality of life of citizens is one of the fundamental needs of every society, and a field where the opportunity for steady and continuous advancement and improvement of services offered to citizens exists”, announced Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski at the cornerstone laying ceremony for the construction of the Turkish private eye hospital “Europe” in Gjorce Petrov in Skopje.
The main function of the eye hospital “Europe”, stressed the Director, Faruk Semis, is to provide quality and precise service to citizens being treated for eye diseases in the Republic of FYR Macedonia.
The hospital will be outfitted with the most sophisticated equipment, certified and produced in 2010, and will have the capacity for 15 to 20 thousand monthly patient exams in FYR Macedonia and throughout Europe.
Prime Minister Gruevski indicated that according to the plan, the hospital is expected to be built within 8 months, and the total investment amounts to no less than $12 million. Initially, 85 people are expected to be employed as hospital staff. Source: Investment Agency