Egypt hopes to complete first central hospital in Red Sea by next June

Egypt’s Ministry of Housing announced Sunday it hopes to complete the establishment of a central hospital, the first of its kind in Red Sea town of Ras Gharib, at the end of June 2018.

Ras Ghareb Central Hospital will be built at a cost worth 215 million Egyptian pounds ($12.2 million), said Hosny Mansour, Head of the county’s Red Sea Development Authority, on Sunday.

The hospital is to include 82 beds equipped with intensive care units (ICU), dialysis units, and special care nursery for premature babies in addition to different types of x-ray machines, Mansour further added.

The Hospital is set to serve the residents of Ras Gharib and Zafarana Village, the Egyptian official stated, referring that it will also receive any emergencies from the routes leading to the Red Sea cities.