A 24-hectare medical tourism enterprise worth P12.5 billion is set to rise in Barangay Kayrilaw, Nasugbu, Batangas. This medical tourism project shall cater to the needs of elderly foreign retirees, particularly Japanese, and local retirees as well.
The facilities in this medical tourism park include a tertiary hospital with 100-bed in-patient suites, 8-bed intensive care units, 8-bed cardiac care units, 10-bed hemodialysis unit, 8-bed day care surgery unit, 3 fully functional operating rooms, a cardiac catheterization laboratory, and a lithotripsy unit.
Included in this project is a Telemedicine Institute expected to be a formal training ground for medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, and caregivers. Also part of the facilities in the medical park are healthcare and wellness spa, cosmetic surgery, condominium administrative housing, country club complex, pavilion complex, and satellite network hub facility.
The project is not only intended for patients and retirees who would seek for the services offered by the medical park. Visiting relatives and consulting clients would also be able to experience the comfort extended by the medical park in the five-star hotel to be built in the vicinity.
The proponent of the medical tourism park is the Global Village Mobile Network Corp. (GVMNC) and is being developed by another Filipino-owned corporation Camp David investment and Holdings, Inc. (CDIHI).
Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) approved this project proposed by GVMNC who expects an annual average sale of P5.358 billion once the facilities are fully operational.
CDIHI chair Ana Maria V. Mara said that the development will start next month and will last until three years. The company will have 2,177 direct employment and around 4,500 indirect workers.
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