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General Hospital of Zaire is ready next year

Victor Damásio, responsible for the construction works of the General Hospital of Zaire, informed that the hospital unit will be ready in 2023, adding that the deadlines indicate that the contract will be completed in August of next year.

: Angop

The official was speaking this Monday, as part of a visit made by the governor of Zaire, Adriano Mendes de Carvalho, to the project. According to a note from the Provincial Government of Zaire, to which VerAngola had access, the governor visited the ongoing works of the future hospital, having liked "what he saw, fundamentally, the level at which the works have already reached".

It should be noted that the works are valued at 94 million dollars and already have more than 50 percent physical completion.

According to Angop, the hospital – located in Nkunga a Paza (near Mbanza Kongo) – will have 318 beds and will have a two-storey main building that will cover various services, such as six inpatient wards, seven operating rooms, an emergency room, interventional radiology, centralized and laboratory diagnostics center.

Dividing the main building into floors, the implementation of adult emergencies, gynecology and pediatrics, maternity and neonatal care, as well as a pharmacy, data processing center, physiotherapy room, dialysis room and a warehouse, writes to Angop.

Outpatient care, endoscopy, maternity, administration, archive, auditorium services, among others, will be part of the first floor.

The project also includes an operating room, a center for sterilized materials, an intensive care unit for adults and an orthopedic internment, among others, to be installed on the second floor.

Alongside the main building, a support infrastructure will be built that will house a laundry room, kitchen, cafeteria, dressing room, morgue, waste treatment, among other services.

There are also plans for the rear of the main infrastructure, with the possibility of implementing a two-storey building reserved for accommodation, training and multidisciplinary services, writes Angop.

It should be noted that the project was launched in 2014, and the works were suspended in 2016 due to financial issues. The work – currently in charge of Vamed, replacing CRBC, and whose supervision is the responsibility of DAR – resumed in June this year.


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