UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock has revealed that eight NHS hospitals were hit...
- Eight NHS hospitals hit by listeria outbreak
- Fortis scraps plan to sell stake in RHT and RHTTM
- IHH commits to Fortis open offer after Indian Supreme Court lifts stay
- NHS hospitals could be penalised for breaching new sepsis rules
- Ferrell Hospital in Illinois secures funding and approval for renovation and expansion
Iran eyes Chinese funding to build 500-bed hospital in Mashhad
Iran has plans to build a 500-bed hospital in its north-eastern city of Mashahad and is in discussions with China to raise finance for the project.
Apollo Hospitals’ family considering assets sale to lower debt
India-based Apollo Hospitals' family is reportedly considering selling its assets in a bid to bring down long-term debt.
Howard University Hospital opens WIC centre for military families
Howard University Hospital (HUH) has opened a new Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Family Center at the Joint Base Anacostia – Bolling (JBAB) in Washington, DC.
Bon Secours Mercy Health to sell 51% stake in Ensemble Health Partners
Bon Secours Mercy Health has plans to divest 51% stake in Ensemble Health Partners to Golden Gate Capital, a private equity investment firm.
IHH commits to Fortis open offer after Indian Supreme Court lifts stay
Malaysia-based IHH Healthcare has stated that it is committed to proceeding with the open offer for Fortis Healthcare after the stay by the Indian Supreme Court in a contempt case by Daiichi Sankyo.
Abu Dhabi Universal Hospital reopens after correction of violations
The Universal Hospital in Abu Dhabi has been reopened after the implementation of a corrective plan issued by the Department of Health - Abu Dhabi (DoH).
NHS hospitals could be penalised for breaching new sepsis rules
NHS England has issued new guidelines for hospitals in the country to cut sepsis deaths. Hospital could be penalised if they fail to abide by the new guidelines.