Qatar’s Hamad Medical Corp (HMC) has unveiled plans to build a medical city in Yemen at a cost of $289m, the Peninsula has reported.
To be fully funded by Qatar and implemented by Qatari Diar, the medical city will include four specialisations; heart disease, cancer, paediatrics and gynaecology and internal diseases. It will comprise a 1,000 bed hospital and is planned to be completed in three phases. Work on phase one will start in the beginning of next year.
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