According to EIB website, the project supports the 2018-2022 investment plan of Noordwest hospital. The investments during the 5-years period consist mainly of the 1st phase of the construction and equipment of a new hospital in Alkmaar, the renovation of the building in Den Helder and the investment in a new electronic medical record system. The upgraded facilities will increase the efficiency of the services, facilitate the integration of highly complex medical care for the region and enhance the patient experience.
The Northwest Hospital Group arose from the merger between the former Medisch Centrum Alkmaar and the Gemini Hospital. For many years both hospitals have provided care to the residents of the Northwest Netherlands. Close if possible and further away if necessary. That is why we are located in Alkmaar, Den Helder, Heerhugowaard, Limmen, Schagen and on Texel.
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