American Hospital Management Co (AHMC) Signs Agreement to Develop and Manage St. Paul Sinai Medical Centre in Accra, Ghana

Saturday, December 20, 2008 General News
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LONGMONT, Colo. and ACCRA, Ghana, Dec. 19 St. Paul Sinai Medical Centre (SPSMC) has engaged American Hospital Management Company (AHMC) to provide turn-key management services in the development of their new, modern, international hospital project.



"St. Paul Sinai Medical Centre is a great opportunity for Ghana to experience the high level of medical care in terms of healthcare delivery and management that exists in the USA and Europe," stated Isaac Thompson, MD, of SPSMC and Chief of Medicine, Delray Medical Center, Florida.



The construction of SPSMC will commence in January, 2009. The hospital will have 84 in-patient beds, 4 operating rooms and offer a comprehensive pharmacy, laboratory, digital imaging services (x-ray, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, mammography, CT scan and a MRI), surgery suite, cardiovascular institute, emergency department, diabetes center, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.



"The health of the nation lies with the health of the people. By investing in the health sector, we are investing in the health of Ghana," stated Benjamin Taylor, Board Member of SPSMC.



"By making the commitment to bring American Hospital Management Company onboard, St. Paul Sinai Medical Centre is taking a leadership role in the healthcare system of Ghana. The AHMC tradition of highest quality medical care and cutting-edge technology, matched with industry-leading management and operations, will allow St. Paul's to achieve its goal of excellence in healthcare. The people of Ghana will surely benefit from the very forward-thinking of St. Paul's Medical Centre," stated Gregory Ciottone, MD, Chief Medical Officer, American Hospital Management Company.



Contact: Randall Arlett, 303-772-1433, rarlett@americanhospitalmanagement.com



SOURCE American Hospital Management Company


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