Ukraine has agreed to cooperate with Turkey to study the experience of the city hospital project in Ankara.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal announced during a visit to the hospital during a working visit to the Republic of Turkey on November 30.
"Ukraine needs such modern medical institutions today, as the major part of the medical system is outdated. In the process of reforming it, we must build hospitals following new principles," the Prime Minister stressed.
According to Denys Shmyhal, a group of Ukrainian specialists will come to study the experience of building a city hospital in Ankara to implement similar projects within the framework of public-private partnership in Ukraine.
Ankara Şehir Hastanesi, which was opened in 2019, is the third world-largest city hospital. The cost of its construction is EUR 890 million euros. Financing was provided by eight Turkish and foreign banks.
The hospital is designed to serve 30,000 patients daily. The largest laboratory in Turkey (7400 m2) is located on the territory of the institution.