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GIPF invest N$10 million in Tsumeb Private Hospital

GIPF invest N$10 million in Tsumeb Private Hospital

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) invested over N$10 million in the Tsumeb Private Hospital to improve health care services in the Oshikoto region.

GIPF Chief Executive, David Nuyoma said in a statement on Monday that the investment, which translates into GIPF’s 49% ownership of the Tsumeb Private Hospital, seeks to ensure the hospital’s diversification into a set of specialist services, adding to the range of medical services already offered.

“The hospital is a licensed provider of integrated medical services ranging from accident and emergency, ICU, maternity care, occupational health, pharmaceutical and hospitalization services,” said Nuyoma.


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