Mumbai Port Trust Hospital opens up 10 acres for Private Investors

The authorities want the existing dilapidated hospital to be converted into a super-speciality 600-bed healthcare hub through a public-private partnership.
Mumbai Port Trust Hospital

About the Project:

The 200-bed Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) Hospital in Wadala, which is in a dilapidated state, has invited private parties to take over 10 acres of its land on lease for 60 years for constructing a super speciality hospital.

Tender Floated:

The authorities have already floated the tender. According to the plan, the barely functional medical facility, spread across 11.5 acres, will be developed into a 600-bed super-speciality hub under public-private partnership (PPP) model. The cost of constructing the 600-bed hospital is estimated to be Rs 693 crore.

Pre-bid Meeting:

Before floating the tender in October last year, the authorities had conducted a pre-bid meeting that was attended by various private investors, including Abu Dhabi based billionaire BR Shetty’s BRS Ventures, Global Hospital, Narayana Health, DY Patil Hospital and Surana Group of Hospitals.

According to MbPT authorities, the hospital remains half-empty in the absence of super-speciality departments like cardiology, cardiac surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, nephrology, and gastroenterology.

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