Dominica Government shares update on construction of Marigot Hospital

Dominica Government shares update on construction of Marigot Hospital

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Dominica: The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has shared update on the Marigot Hospital, which is considered as a significant infrastructure project in the country. According to the plan by the government and the construction authority, hospital has been constructing in an area of the 40,000 square feet.

The hospital will have two-floor building with the capacity around 75 beds. It will be equipped and featured with wide range of modern as well as essential services and state-of-the-art facilities.

This project will provide a boost and strength to the medical infrastructure of Dominica as the New Marigot Hospital will provide various services including Ambulatory Services, Emergency Care, Intensive Care (ICU), Maternity and Paediatric Care, Laboratory and Radiology Services. Along with these, a Trauma Centre will also be constructed in the premises of the hospital.

The hospital will attend to the immediate health needs of the residents in the Marigot Health District – which includes communities of,

  • Marigot
  • Concord
  • The Kalinago Territory
  • Atkinson, Wesley
  • Woodford Hill
  • Palm Tree
  • Calibishie
  • Bense
  • Anse D’ Mai

The construction of this project has been fully funded by the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme under the Dominica’s lifeline for Building Back Better.

Marigot Hospital is one of the significant projects that has been constructed by MMCE. The contract of Marigot Hospital was signed between the Government of Dominica and MMCE in late 2019.

Till now, many organisations have come and, after taking the amount of the project, left the ongoing work in between in many Caribbean countries. The MMCE, with their projects and preparation, had set an example. MMCE would be further building 12 health centres across Dominica.

The Caribbean region is getting excellent infrastructure from Montreal Management Consultants Est (MMCE). This organisation has been constructing world-class healthcare centres, airports and community centres and climate-resilient housing on different islands of the region.