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The San Donato Polyclinic will manage a hospital in Iraq – Healthcare

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The San Donato Polyclinic will manage a hospital in Iraq – Healthcare

The San Donato Polyclinic will manage an innovative and highly specialized university hospital with 492 beds in the city of Najaf in Iraq.


This is what is foreseen in the two-year contract signed by the Polyclinic for a value of 81 million dollars to serve Iraqi healthcare.


The signing of the agreement, announced a press release from the San Donato Polyclinic, took place in the presence of the Iraqi Minister of Health, Saleh Al-Hasnawi, the Italian ambassador Maurizio Greganti, the president of Gksd and vice-president of the San Donato group, Kamel Ghribi , accompanied by the managing director of the San Donato Polytechnic, Sara Mariani.


The San Donato group and Gksd, following the protocol signed last month, are thus starting an innovative agreement, which creates a public-private partnership with international operators to raise quality, accessibility and sustainability. of the care of the Iraqi population, adds the note.


“This is an extraordinary, I would say pioneering, innovation in the panorama of Italian healthcare. Our managerial know-how, the great competence of our doctors, is put at the service – comments Ghirbi – of a country like Iraq which is making great efforts on capacity and institutional building of which healthcare is an essential component. Iraq is a large country undergoing reconstruction which attracts the attention of many entrepreneurs from all over the world: it would be a real shame if Italy remained extraneous to this truly exciting phase. Also for this reason we believe we have performed a useful service for Italy”, concludes the president of Gksd and vice-president of the San Donato group.


Gsd-Gks was assisted by the BonelliErede law firm, with partner Riccardo Bordi, for the drafting and negotiation of the contractual documentation.

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