Alameda Healthcare aims to invest EGP 5 billion over 5 years


A plan to double the capacity and establish hospitals in the Administrative Capital, El Alamein, Assiut and Mansoura

Alameda Healthcare Group intends to inject investments worth 5 billion pounds to double the capacity of its hospitals in Egypt and add 1,000 beds within the next 5 years.

Fahd Khater, chairman and owner of Alameda Healthcare Group, said that the group aims to establish hospitals in the new administrative capital, El Alamein, Assiut and Mansoura.

Khater added in a press conference held by the group today that Alameda Healthcare had injected investments worth 5 billion pounds in the last period – not specified -.

He explained that Alameda includes 4 hospitals: Dar Al Fouad in Nasr City, 6th of October, and Al Salam International Hospital in Maadi and New Cairo.

The group’s capacity is 1023 beds and 128 outpatient clinics in Greater Cairo, in addition to the diagnostic centers, the rehabilitation center and the Tabby platform, which specializes in providing medical and home services.

Khater indicated that the group intends to open Al Salam Hospital in New Cairo within days, with a capacity of 150 beds.

He added that the group focuses on 7 basic specialties, including heart, brain, nerves, orthopedics, oncology, digestive and respiratory systems, and liver.

The article, “Alameda Healthcare” aims to invest 5 billion pounds within 5 years, was written in Al Borsa newspaper.