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Company reported revenues of EGP 502.9m in 1Q 2020, with net profit of EGP 88m
Private hospitals have to set a ceiling to Covid-19 treatment charges, says Prime Minister
Real estate developer commissions 50 Patient Isolation Units, equips another 21 in cooperation with Ministry of Health
The search for solutions to improve access and quality is bringing the public and private sectors together to develop additional routes for improving health outcomes for patients
The move is part of a series of initiatives by Telecom Egypt to support the health system and the efforts healthcare professionals are making in tackling the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The new production line comes off the back of the “Ahl Misr are Responsible” campaign. Ahl Misr Development Foundation recently announced that it will be providing medical and preventive supplies for medical staff as they take part in the fight against the coronavirus
Madbouly added that the country may at some point need to use the services provided by university hospitals in the fight to curb the virus.
Nearly 4,394 people in the US have already died from the coronavirus, total confirmed infections rose to 200,269
The association will provide 1.5 million face masks and 1.5 million gloves, in addition to 600 litres of raw alcohol, said Samir Aref, head of the 10th of Ramadan Investors Association.
The authorities in Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest city, have confirmed that they will accommodate 2,000 hospital beds to the Pacaembu Stadium and the Anhembi convention centre over the next few weeks.
More than 400 doctors offer urgent medical consultations for residents on Facebook
Decree is part of country’s surge in state-sponsored nationalism since early 1950s
Medical training is in crisis
The total number of patients treated at the expense of the state in 2016, internally and abroad, was estimated at 2.3 million, at a cost of EGP 5.1bn, compared to 1.8 million patients at a cost of EGP 4.5bn in 2015, with an 11% increase in treatment costs according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilisation …
Revenues from selling clinics complex unit expected to reach EGP 300m: Ashry
“Fawry,” the Egyptian Market electronic payment company, has continued their role of facilitating donations throughout the year into the holy month of Ramadan. The organisation donates to a vast number of NGOs and charities in Egypt, including the largest institutions that cover most of the governorates. “Fawry’s” goal is to spread the spirit of cooperation …
Egypt’s demand for property allocated to healthcare by 2025 stands at 4.4m sqm of hospital space with investments worth EGP 40.5bn, and 2.7m sqm of clinics space with investments of EGP 17.8bn, according to a Colliers International report on Sunday. The report stated that Cairo alone requires an additional 4- 5 hospitals annually in order …
The photo surfaced on social media leaving many users outraged at the invasion of the patient’s privacy
Infections rate still high and official documentation needed, says researcher
While the Doctors Syndicate welcomes the decision, it will not withdraw its lawsuit
The cabinet, however, did not yet increase infections allowance despite court verdict
Doctors Syndicate blames parliament, cabinet for contributing to increased assaults on doctors
EGP 11.3bn investment required to renew 377 hospitals
86 doctors were absent during work on the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, says Health Ministry
A month after its ratification, the cabinet did not yet implement the court decision of increasing doctors’ infections compensation
Calls upon the government to privatise management only in exchange for 49% of profits, say sources
This comes a few weeks after the Administrative Prosecution called on the cabinet to immediately enhance the sector’s capacity
Parliamentary sources said the grant is specified for basic hospitals that serve as the first line of defence in the medical care system in Minya, Assiut, Sohag, Qena, and Aswan.
Al-Qarnah hospital had only three doctors out of forty-seven attending working hours
The healthcare sector is no longer capable of meeting citizens’ needs, says prosecution