Hallelujah General Hospital is a privately owned hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and its construction was completed built with a cost of 300 million birr ― according to the report.
Addis Ababa (FBC)―Dr. Mulatu Teshome, President of the Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, inaugurated a private hospital called Hallelujah General Hospital, which was built in Addis Ababa at a cost of 300 million birr.
The Hospital allows Ethiopians to get, locally, treatment for tuberculosis, kidney, liver and heart diseases, among others.
Dr. Kesetebirhan Admasu, Minister of Health, on the occasion said due attention will be given for the expansion and quality of health facilities over the coming five years.
The construction of this type of hospital is crucial to treat serious illnesses at home, he added.
Dr. Kesetebirhan noted that the government has been offering various incentives for investors engaging in medical care which requires high knowledge and technology.
Mayor of Addis Ababa City Administration, Mr. Diriba Kuma, on his part said the construction of the hospital helps to improve health service in the metropolis.
Owner of the 118-bedroom Hallelujah General Hospital, Prof. Getachew Adera, said the health facility gives treatment for more than 45 diseases.
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