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Kenyan health sector firms make deals worth billions

A section of MP Shah Hospital which partnered with HealthCare Global Enterprises to invest Sh644 million in a cancer centre. file photo | nmg
A section of MP Shah Hospital which partnered with HealthCare Global Enterprises to invest Sh644 million in a cancer centre. file photo | nmg 

Kenyan companies in the health sector have this year made a number of deals worth billions of shillings, but some of the deals are expected to be concluded in the New Year. Below are some of the deals.

MP Shah Hospital and HCG sign cancer care deal

MP Shah Hospital and Bangalore-based HealthCare Global Enterprises Ltd (HCG), one of India’s largest cancer treatment hospital chains, partnered with Cancer Care Kenya Ltd (CCK) to invest Sh644 million ($6.25 million) in a cancer centre in Nairobi’s Parkland’s area.

The centre, which is set to occupy two floors of the upcoming Sh800 million MP Shah Hospital complex in Parklands, will have oncology, physiotherapy and maternity wards with an expected capacity of between 100 to 300 beds.

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