Leading Vietnamese property developer Novaland Group, and MediVerbund AG, a German medical business group, have signed a memorandum of understanding to create joint venture company that will establish German-standard clinics and emergency centers in Ho Chi Minh City and at NovaWorld Phan Thiet, with a first clinic slated to be opened in the third quarter of 2021.
Novaland said in a press release that together with MediVerbund AG, it will establish a chain of specialist medical centers, polyclinics and emergency centers directly managed and operated by German doctors.
MediVerbund AG, has more than 30 years’ experience in setting up clinics and managing them based on international and European standards, represents hundreds of thousands of resident doctors and psychotherapists in Germany.
Dr. Werner Baumgarter, chairman of the board of directors of Medi Verbund AG, said: “We aim to bring ‘made in Germany’ processes and experiences to the Vietnamese market. With our years of experience in clinical operations and procedures we hope to provide the Vietnamese people with the best possible patient care.”
MediVerbund will be responsible for providing the JV with the required equipment, techniques and know-how to develop the clinics, he said.
Throughout the operation of the company, MediVerbund will also provide trainings to doctors, nurses, midwifes, technicians, and other personnel to ensure the staff are well trained and abreast of the latest examination and treatment technologies and methodologies.
Novaland has interests in many fields including property, finance, tourism, and traffic infrastructure. It has developed nearly 50 housing and hospitality real estate projects with over 60,000 units and has hundreds of tourism – leisure – culture – healthcare projects in the works.
Its projects are in many cities and provinces in southern Vietnam such as Ho Chi Minh City, the Mekong Delta, Ba Ria Vung Tau, Binh Thuan, Khanh Hoa, and others and medical centers will be setup in many of these areas.