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Endiama advances with hospital construction in the east of the country

Endiama will build a new hospital in the eastern part of the country. According to the announcement made this Wednesday by the company's Geology and Mining Development Administrator, Ana Maria Feijó, the hospital unit will be an extension of the Clínica Sagrada Esperança.


She explained in a statement to which VerAngola had access, that the hospital unit was designed "to serve the provinces of Moxico and Lundas Norte and Sul". However, Ana Maria Feijó, who spoke on the sidelines of the workshop on 'The Role of Sacred Hope Clinic in the National Health Plan', did not specify the exact location of the hospital, stating that "the institution is carrying out a feasibility study in three provinces".

The future hospital will be built on an area of five hectares. According to Angop, the hospital will be large: with capacity to house 100 beds, the infrastructure will also consist of an operating room, a sterilization center, maternity, intensive care room, delivery room and medical specialties such as ophthalmology, gynecology, pediatrics, orthopedics, among others.

Kitchens, cafeteria, laundries, a training center and a complex for the unit's workers will also be part of the infrastructure.

According to Endiama's press release, the "execution plan includes the involvement of several ministerial departments, including the Ministry of Health".


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