Having hospitals in Taiping, Seremban, Puchong, Shah Alam and Miri also with the chain in India, Vietnam and Indonesia, Columbia Asia has announced its plan to build six midsize hospitals in the coming two years in Malaysia.
The government of India has announced that it is planning to set up two more premier referral institutes in the states of West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh with an investment of US$ 170 million each.
The group plans to invest US$ 125 thousand (Rs 50-60 lakh) per bed.
The Bharat Aluminium Company Ltd (Balco), a part of the India-based Vedanta Group, has announced its plans to build a new cancer hospital and research centre in north Indian state of Chhattisgarh with the investment of US$ 75 million.
Panacea Biotec, a health management firm has revealed its plans to set up a multi-specialty hospital with Gurgaon-based Umkal Medicals with an investment of US$ 200 million.
Apollo Hospitals has revealed its plans to set up a medicity in the state of Maharashtra in India. The new construction will take place in collaboration with Hindustan Construction Co (HCC), a real estate firm.
The Government of India is going to build a National Institute for Cancer in the South Indian city of Chennai. The institute will have research, service and education activities and will be the first-of-its-kind in India.
Macquarie University and Dalcross Private Hospital based in North Ryde, New South Wales in Australia have announced plans for a joint venture to build a private hospital with an investment of US$ 80 million.
KPC Healthcare Services has revealed its plans to build an integrated healthcare city in West Bengal, India with the budget of US$ 325 million approximately.
Narayana Hrudayalaya P Ltd (NHPL) has announced plans to establish 5,000-bed health cities in the major state capitals of India. It intends to reach 20,000 beds within the next five years with a total investment of US$ 100 million (Rs 400 crore).
Shalby Hospitals Ltd., based in Ahmedabad, in the western state of Gujarat, has announced plans to set up ten Out Patient Departments (OPDs) in India over the next five years. It will also be setting up OPDs in eight cities around World.
Apollo Hospitals has tied up with the Mauritius-based British American Investment Company to set up Apollo Bramwell Hospital, a new facility, in Mauritius with an investment of US$ 70 million. The project will be completed by January, 2009.
Sneha Diagnostics has unveiled plans to open 10 diagnostic centres in all major district centres across the state of Andhra Pradesh by the first quarter of 2009, with an investment of US$ 1.3 million (Rs. 5 Crores).
Dubai plans to launch a teaching hospital investing US$ 571.76 million. The work is in progress on the 400-bed facility, which is expected to be operational by the year 2011.
Wockhardt Hospitals has planned a growth strategy of developing a network investing US$ 141.5 million in new projects.
The Hyderabad-based multi-speciality hospital; Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) plans to construct a 4 storey, ultra-modern medical centre investing US$ 22 million.
RG Stone Urological Research Institute (RG) has entered into a joint venture with ICICI Venture and announced that it plans to establish twenty new hospitals investing US$ 10 million.
Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd announced that it is building 3 hospitals in Mumbai investing approximately US$ 151 million (Rs600 crore).
The Ranbaxy group company, Fortis Healthcare has entered into a joint venture agreement with New Delhi-based construction company, DLF to set up 15 hospitals in the next five years with an investment of US$ 754 million
Ruby General Hospital the Kolkata, India-based Non Resident Indian-run multi-speciality medical facility, has planned an infrastructure expansion, which involves the investment of US$ 2 million (Rs 10-crore).
India-based real estate developer DLF has entered into a Joint Venture (JV) agreement with Fortis Healthcare, the Ranbaxy group company to set up hospitals across India with an investment of US$ 1.5 Billion (Rs 6,200 crore).
The Hyderabad-based Global Hospitals plans to transform the hospital into a US$ 247 millions (Rs 1000 crore) health city on the 46-acre hospital site.
Emaar Healthcare Group LLC (EHG) has signed a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) agreement with the Department of Health and Medical Services in Dubai (DOHMS) to open specialised medical facilities in Dubai.
The Canada-based One World Hospital and Healing Centre Trust is going to open a 200-bed facility at Bangalore’s St. John’s Hospital Campus.
The Government of India has undertaken a huge project where in it will build 6 institutes of healthcare based on the lines of All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi.
A 300-bed hospital will be built in the city of Coimbatore in the South Indian state of Kerala. The State government has approved the project which will be funded by a US$ 2.3 Million (Rs. 10 crore)…
Peking University is building a new international 2,400-bed hospital in Beijing with an investment of nearly US$360 million.
UK’s Moorfields eye hospital is poised to open the UAE’s most advanced ophthalmology center in April 2007.
Siemens Medical Solutions (SMS) has joined hands with the upcoming 200-bed Jupiter hospital in Mumbai, India, to set up a 6,000 square feet training center.
UAE-based investment house Istithmar has joined hands with Bumrungrad International Limited (BIL) of Thailand, to set up its first hospital in Dubai, at an estimated cost of US $81.7 million.
The government of India approved US $ 24 Million, 200-bed Nepal Bharat Maitri Emergency & Trauma Centre at Bir Hospital, Kathmandu is expected to be around 2008.
The first Mother and Childcare Centre of Apollo Medical Centre (AMC) will be upgraded to a 100-bed facility by year-end.
The phase I of the 500-bed Artemis Health Centre is expected to be completed by mid 2007 and is expected to cost US $54 million.
BD Rapid Diagnostics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. will be established in Suzhou Export Processing Zone, District B with a total investment anticipated to reach US$48 million within a few years.
Columbia Asia, has announced plans to open as many as 10 mid-sized community hospitals all over the country in the next few years.
HMC's second facility at Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC) will become operational in the second half of 2006 with a total investment of US $27 million.
Max Healthcare Ltd will invest US$ 54 million in the next three years on expansion to take the total bed capacity from 600 to 1,500.
BrainLAB has signed a contract with Singapore Health Services, for the establishment of the world's first fully digital neuroscience center at Singapore General Hospital.
Pacific Healthcare to open clinic in Mumbai and add one more clinic in Hyderabad.
Trinity Hospital and Heart Foundation's Rs.40 Crores (Approximately US $8.8 Million), 125-bed healthcare centre in Bangalore would have extended facilities such as nephrology, and orthopaedic care and surgery. It is expected launch in the next 18 months.
Project LEO, being undertaken at Tauranga Hospital in the Bay of Plenty district of New Zealand involves the redevelopment of the facilities of the hospital. The medical facility, which is slated to become a reality by 2009, will meet the needs of Tauranga and Bay of Plenty communities and involves an investment of NZ $140 million.
The WIN Program was set up in 2001 to address various healthcare issues including patient friendly hospitals, new medical treatments and flexible healthcare alternatives. Expected to be completed by 2008, the US $ 157.9 million project is expected to serve the healthcare needs of the increasing population in Western Sydney.
Wockhardt Hospitals plans to establish a 120-bed heart hospital in Surat, India, in association with the Seventh Day Adventists Hospital. To be called 'Adventist Wockhardt Heart Hospital', will be operational by 2006 end.