Georgia Healthcare Group PLC on Wednesday said it has launched two new ambulatory clinic clusters in Georgia, in the capital Tbilisi and in Kutaisi, the capital of the western region of the country.
Georgia Healthcare Group appeared public on the London stock market recently. The Georgia-based medical insurance and hospital provider was valued on the stock market at about £260m.
The new Tbilisi cluster covers a population of around 300,000 people, while the cluster in Kutaisi covers around 200,000, Georgia Healthcare said.
The group also has boosted its existing cluster in Tbilisi’s Gldagni neighbourhood by adding an Express Ambulatory Clinic.
“I am glad that we are continuing to build momentum towards our goal of launching around 30 ambulatory clinics over the next two to three years. We plan to capitalise on the high growth potential of ambulatory services driven by recent healthcare reform and Georgia’s new prescription policy that significantly increases the number of outpatient visits,” said Nikoloz Gamkrelidze, Georgia Healthcare’s chief executive