Modernization and new infrastructure at Riga’s hospital
The EU funded project will improve access to high-quality medical services for almost 2 million Latvian citizens once it is completed in 2023
- February 02, 2019 15:00, 777 impressions
- Olya Georgieva
The EU has been investing in the Pauls Stradins Clinical University Hospital for several years now. Over 64 million Euro from the European Regional Development Fund has been already provided for the modernization of the healthcare infrastructure in Latvia. The new infrastructure at Riga's hospital aims to improve the quality of the health care services and the treatment efficiency.
The EU funding will help increase the hospital capacity by over 500 beds in a new area of more than 68 000 m2. It was also purchased highly specialised medical equipment and new IT systems were introduced. The hospital will offer new opportunities for training and scientific research for graduates and post graduates. The EU-funded project will improve access to high-quality medical services for almost 2 million Latvian citizens once it is completed in 2023.