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GHG launches a new ambulatory cluster

28 December 2016 07:26

Georgia Healthcare Group has launched a new ambulatory cluster in Batumi, the largest city in Adjara region, West Georgia.

The ambulatory cluster covers a population of c.150,000.

Like the other ambulatory clusters, it caters to all age groups and provides a wide range of outpatient services, including general practitioner and specialist physician consultations, imaging and functional diagnostics, as well as clinical, biochemical and serological laboratory tests.

GHG says the launch of the Batumi ambulatory cluster is consistent with the group's strategy to grow its healthcare services business through rolling-out a network of new ambulatory clinics across Tbilisi and in other major cities in Georgia.

GHG now operates a total of nine ambulatory clusters, of which six are located in Tbilisi, the capital city, one in Kutaisi, the second largest city in Georgia, one in Zugdidi and one in Batumi.

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