$156 million medical campus set up in Ho Chi Minh City

England-based Real Capital London on February 20 launched the $156 million Hong Anh Medical Campus (HAMC) project in Ho Chi Minh City.
$156 million medical campus set up in Ho Chi Minh City
HAMC is a state-of-the-art healthcare system incorporating a medical training centre, a network of general practice clinics and pharmacies, senior living/nursing homes, a rehabilitation centre, and a world-class hospital of 462 beds

According to Roger Waterhouse, chairman of the Real Capital London, more than 40,000 patients visited Singapore for health treatment. “This figure shows the high potential of the Vietnamese market for high-quality healthcare services,” he said.

During the past years, despite the fact that Vietnam’s healthcare facilities and services have been continuously improving, the country is in a serious shortage of qualified human resources.

“We are planning to train our people continuously under British standards. This will provide human resources for the Vietnamese market and our own operations. The aim is for all of our trainees to be initially trained and educated on our campus in Vietnam, which will then be followed by paid training and work placement in the UK,” he added.

HAMC’s investor Real Capital London is in the process of working with UK Export Finance (UKEF) for project funding, together with the Vietnamese and international banks, whilst developing and operating this project.

Real Capital London is an investment company headquartered in London, United Kingdom that focuses on financial assets, infrastructure, healthcare, education, and real estate.

Hong Anh Healthcare Investment JSC was established in Vietnam and is 100 per cent managed by Real Capital London. The company is developing and operating the HAMC project.

Source: vir.com.vn

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