Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS May 12, 2022
Disclosed by Bank Jul 27, 2021
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According to the bank website, the project consists of the modernisation of the regional hospital in Liberec.
The project supports the Promoter in the implementation of the first phase (2021-2025) of its long-term investment programme, which has been designed to improve the quality and efficiency of its services delivery. Further strategic objectives include ensuring the long-term sustainability and adaptability of healthcare services to the current and future needs of the relevant population. The project involves the consolidating of emergency care and intensive care in one new building (the CUM - Emergency Medicine Centre). The CUM building will provide space for a trauma centre, an anaesthesiology and perioperative care unit, an intensive medicine department, part of a cardio-centre, a medical diagnostic imaging centre, centralised operating rooms including recovery and inpatient ward, a laboratory and a central sterilisation unit. The project also entails the construction of a multi-storey car park with an energy centre in its basement.
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