Angolan company invests in private hospital in Luanda

22 June 2017

Construction of a private hospital is due to begin next September in Luanda under a private investment contract signed on Wednesday by Angolan company Tchittue Living One Business and the Technical Unit for Private Investment (UTIP).

The Medi-One Primary Medicine Clinic, the name of the private hospital, represents an investment of US$120 million, to be built on a 21-hectare site in the municipality of Viana, and the construction is estimated to take 18 months.

The investment contract signed, in addition to the hospital of conventional and natural medicine, includes construction of a medical school, a haemodialysis building, laboratory for preparation of cosmetics and food supplements, as well as a residential area.

José Tchiambula Tchitue, a partner at Tchittue Living One Business, said the haemodialysis centre will have about 300 monitors to support Angolan and foreign patients, according to Angolan news agency Angop. (macauhub)