Islamabad to have its very own new ambulatory daycare facility
The total cost of this project is Rs. 3.5 billion.
Shifa International Hospital is collaborating with Interloop Holdings to build an ambulatory daycare facility in Islamabad.
The total cost of this project is Rs. 3.5 billion. Out of this, Rs. 2.5 billion is equity investment and the other Rs. 1 billon will be financed through debt financing.
While talking at the ‘agreement signing ceremony’ on Tuesday, Shifa International’s CEO Dr. M. H. Qazi labeled this collaboration with Interloop as ‘a natural alliance to contribute towards social and economic development of the country’.
He further added that the new ambulatory daycare facility in F-11 Markaz will provide high quality healthcare facilities to a big number of patients in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and the other surrounding areas of AJK, northern Punjab and KP.
CEO of Interloop Holdings (Pvt.) Limited Musadaq Zulqarnain, hoped that this joint venture will help achieve their goal of bringing a positive change in the community by pursuing an ethical business model.
The investment and financing arrangement between Interloop and Shifa was also facilitated by Habib Bank Limited.
Shifa International is a well reputed facility. It provides inpatient, outpatient and diagnostic services to all medical and surgical specialties under the management of more than 200 US and EU-trained physicians and surgeons.
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