Mersin Integrated Health Campus reaches financial close

The Mersin Integrated Health Campus public-private partnership project in Turkey has successfully reached financial close. Construction of the Mersin Integrated Health Campus is expected to be completed by the end of 2016, which will be followed by a 25-year concession period with the Turkish Ministry of Health.

The 1,259-bed, 355,420 sq m campus will comprise a general hospital and dedicated facilities for obstetrics, gynaecology, paediatrics, cardiovascular diseases, psychiatry and oncology. It is expected to serve approximately 10,000 patients per day, including emergencies.

Mott MacDonald were technical and environmental advisors to the lenders and provided a review of potential issues and commercial implications arising from the project agreement and schedules. It will now monitor construction and operations in an ongoing role.

Burak Sencer, Mott MacDonald’s country manager for Turkey, said: “These campuses will increase capacity and offer first-class facilities and equipment integrated on one site, providing significant benefits to the Turkish population. Facilities management and selected clinical support services will be undertaken by the private sector and managed by the project company and its partners.”

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