Romanian group Polisano to open two hospitals by end-2012.

By bne IntelliNews June 1, 2011
Romanian medical services group Polisano, controlled by local investor Ilie Vonica, plans to open two new hospitals in Bucharest and Sibiu by end-2012, Bursa daily reported. Polisano already operates a 50-bed hospital in Sibiu and three clinical centres in Bucharest, in addition to a 50-unit pharmacy chain and a drug distributor. The new 160-bed hospital in Sibiu will cost under EUR 20mn and will be opened in two stages in 2011 and 2012. The feasibility studies for the Bucharest-based hospital are at an early stage and Polisano has not decided yet on its size and medical specialisation. Meanwhile, Polisano expanded one of its Bucharest clinical centres with an in-vitro fertilisation unit under a EUR 1mn investment. A new Polisano clinical centre will also be opened soon in the northern Bucharest neighbourhood Otopeni.
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