The New Administrative Capital Company has signed a contract to allocate a plot of land in the Medical City in the New Administrative Capital in favor of establishing a branch of the Italian “Bambino Gesu” Hospital between the Administrative Capital Company for Urban Development and the “Bambino Gesu” association to which the hospital is affiliated.
For his part, Eng. Khaled Abbas, President of the New Administrative Capital Company, said that the hospital will be built in the Medical City on an area of “9800 square meters”, provided that a committee headed by the Director of the Mother Hospital in the Vatican will follow up and supervise all stages of the construction of the hospital so that it will be an integrated version of the hospital in the Vatican.
He added that the hospital will be managed after the completion of its establishment by the same association that includes in its membership a number of important Italian personalities, and the Egyptian medical cadres will be trained at the hospital’s headquarters in Italy in order to qualify them to manage the hospital branch in the new administrative capital.
He explained, “The presence of the Italian Hospital in Egypt is an important step for the transfer of modern technologies in the field of gynecology, obstetrics and children and the provision of distinguished health services with advanced technologies to the hospital’s visitors, an important addition to the medical services provided in the new administrative capital and a new form of cooperation between the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Vatican State.” .
It is worth mentioning that the signing ceremony of the contract was held at the headquarters of the Administrative Capital for Urban Development, in the presence of Eng. Khaled Mahmoud Abbas, Chairman and Managing Director of the Administrative Capital for Urban Development, Major General Ahmed Fahmy, General Manager of the company, and Yohannes Lahzi Gayed, former personal secretary of Pope Francis, Pope of the Vatican and President of the Association, and Dr. Hani Azer Adviser to the President of the Republic for engineering projects, advisor to the Human Fraternity Foundation, and a member of the project’s board of directors.