Finpro market opportunity hospitals denmark

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As most of the hospitals in Scandinavia were built in the 1960s and 1970s they are now becoming outdated and logistically inefficient. In Denmark, there are more than 40 hospital projects which involve renovating old hospitals or constructing new ones and the total amount being invested is approximately EUR 6.7 billion. Some 20% of this sum will probably be used in acquiring new technology. Five new super hospitals are to be built in Denmark in the next five years, each of them specializing in specific fields of treatment and offering the very best care available.

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  1. 1. Denmark is renewing its hospitals New business opportunities for Finnish companies As most of the hospitals in Scandinavia were built in the 1960s and 1970s they are now becoming outdated and logistically inefficient. In Denmark, there are more than 40 hospital projects which involve renovating old hospitals or constructing new ones and the total amount being invested is approximately EUR 6.7 billion. Some 20% of this sum will probably be used in acquiring new technology. Five new super hospitals are to be built in Denmark in the next five years, each of them specializing in specific fields of treatment and offering the very best care available.
  2. 2. www.finpro.fi/web/english-pages/opportunities-worldwide www.finpro.fi Eero Toivainen Senior Consultant, Life Sciences eero.toivainen(a)finpro.fi +358403433379 Annaleena Soult Regional Sales Manager annaleena.soult(a)finpro.fi +358403433447 The New North Zealand Hospital will serve as an acute district hospital, providing short-term medical and surgical treatment and care for North Zealand’s 312,000 citizens. Construction of the new hospital, which is to be built on a greenfield site near the town of Hillerød, will proceed in parallel with the development of a new urban district. Building work will begin in 2017 and the hospital is scheduled to open its doors to patients in 2020. The total investment in this project is estimated to be EUR 510 million. The new facility will have a floor area of 124,000 m² and all its 662 beds will be in single-patient rooms. Three design teams have been selected to participate in the second phase of the competition to supply the new hospital design, the final winner will be selected in March 2014. The New Odense University Hospital (New OUH) will have the University of Southern Denmark and Science Park Odense as its immediate neighbors. Construction will start in 2015 and the new hospital will be completed in 2021. The estimated investment in this project is EUR 920 million. New OUH will have a total floor area of 780,000m², 714 somatic medical beds and 139 psychiatric beds, and will eventually replace the existing Odense University Hospital. According to the project developer, building a new university hospital will enable substantial streamlining of operations through the provision of optimal logistics, new technological solutions and new, more-efficient procedures. New neurorehabilitation facilities to serve the whole of Denmark’s capital region are to be built in association with Glostrup University Hospital. Construction will begin in 2016 and the new facilities - total floor area 21,158 m² with 103 single-patient rooms - will open in 2018. The estimated investment in this project will be some EUR 89 million. Now is the right time to seize these business opportunities. Some current hospital projects in Denmark New Aalborg University Hospital New Aarhus University Hospital New Goedstrup Hospital New Odense University Hospital New North Zealand Hospital The New Super Hospital Projects in Denmark

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