DIG Developments appoints Healthy Care Medical Group as the medical operator for its mixed-use project Track 12 in the New Capital, Invest-Gate reports.
Hussein Salah, Chairman of DIG Developments, states that the deal with “Healthy Care Medical Group” as the medical operator for the Track 12 project comes within the framework of the company’s strategy to cooperate with major companies in consulting and management to provide a distinctive and competitive real estate product.
Salah adds that “Healthy Care Medical Group” is one of the biggest medical operating companies in the Egyptian market, as it has great experience in managing medical projects, in addition to its reliance on the latest systems and modern technologies, which are to be applied in the medical part of the Track 12 project, so that the project becomes the most important A mixed-use project in the Administrative Capital based on the application of the latest construction, management and operation systems.
It is worth noting that the Track 12 project is located in the NAC, in front of pharmaceutical companies, and spans over an area of 2,500 sqm. The project includes a ground floor and 12-storey, comprising retail, offices and medical units.
Mohamed Fawzy, head of the development sector at DIG Developments, points out that the company has obtained initial approvals for the designs, and excavation permits are being obtained, adding that the construction would be completed in 2026.
For his part, Dr. Ahmed Adam, Chairman of Healthy Care Medical Group, affirms that his company will provide advanced medical operating services supported by the latest modern technologies, as Healthy Care has great experience in the field of medical operation, in addition to its tendency towards applying the latest medical technologies in the world, pointing out that his company provides medical services and clinics in a way that achieves integrated medical services in all medical departments and specialties, which ensures demand and interaction on the medical spaces in the project.