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TULAGI HOSPITAL RENOVATION SET TO ROLL OUT WITH SIGNING OF CONTRACT

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PS McNeil and Super Construction Managing Director David Leong shaking hands with the signed contract documents, looking on are MHMS Project Management Unit staff and MHMS officials.
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After almost 20 years without any form of major renovation, the much-needed renovation work at the Tulagi Hospital in the provincial capital of Central Islands Province, Tulagi, is set to roll out with the signing of a contract agreement between the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and Super Construction. The signing of the contract worth around SBD 7.2million took place at the MHMS Conference Room in Honiara on Monday this week.

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Tulagi Hospital is one of the oldest hospitals in the country. The hospital was established in a leaf hut in1912 by the British Protectorate and has since evolved into a Provincial Hospital over the years. The hospital currently serves around more than 30,000 people from Tulagi, including surrounding communities from Russell, Ngella and Savo. To date there has been little renovation done at the hospital thus, the proposed works will ensure of improved healthcare services for the people of Central Islands.

Funded by the World Bank, project implementation will be managed by the World Bank’s Project Management Unit (PMU) Team within MHMS, who will be working closely with the local contractor to ensure construction work is done on time and to the expected standards.

The proposed refurbishment work at Hospital will cover 5 existing buildings including the Administration Office.

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