According to EIB website, the project will support the development plan of the Amphia hospital, a regional hospital located in Breda, the Netherlands which originated from the merger in 2001 of three existing facilities. The project involves the construction of a new purpose-built hospital over the period 2016-2021 and will allow the promoter to consolidate activities, and facilitate the quality and efficiency improvements necessary in order to maintain its positioning in an evolvingand competing market. The project also includes the renovation of existing buildings and the upgrade of information and communication technology (ICT) systems. The project will deliver efficiencies by combining the existing facilities into a new site. It will facilitate the integration of highly complex and largely multidisciplinary specialist medical care for the region. The new facility will also enhance the patient experience.
The overall environmental and social rating of the project is considered acceptable with minor negative residual impacts and eligible for the Bank’s financing.
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