The investment Decision Making According to the Preliminary Feasibility Study for the 100-Bed Teaching Hospital - Service Sector in Diwaniya Governorate (Case Study)
The research aims to prepare a preliminary feasibility study that shows the importance of preliminary feasibility study in investment decision making, carrying out of the local demand of service provided in accordance with international standards and statement of investment opportunities available to the private sector in several investment methods. In order to reach the objectives of the study was adopted as a method of partial analysis at the level of economic unity through the study demand, supply, costs, economic and social profitability.
The health sector in Iraq is one of the service sectors facing today a continuous deficiency due to the increase in population growth, diseases and injuries resulting from wars and conflicts, On the other hand, there is a deficit in government funding to complete health service projects, including the Diwaniya hospital with a capacity of 400 beds, Which completed part of its civil works by 19%.
Accordingly, a preliminary feasibility study was prepared to ensure that there are no fundamental problems that hinder completion the project by investment of the private sector (national or foreign) based on the legislation in force and the market study, which showed the need to invest a 100 bed hospital distributed among 80 beds for care and 20 emergency beds, as well as Specialized clinics and advanced medical centers for all specialties with a medical university to treat lack of medical and nursing staff depend on approved standards, With providing excellent services and competitive prices leading to the development of the health sector in the Diwaniya province and neighboring provinces.
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