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History

1994InterHealth Canada was established
1995Awarded a World Bank funded project in Hungary for the development of a Healthy Heart Advertising Program to be used on a country-wide basis to reduce the risk of coronary disease
1995Granted a World Bank funded project in Georgia to help restructure the Ministry of Health
1995Secured a license to develop the Delhi, India Heart Hospital
1996Acquired in joint venture the contract for the first Brain Injury Clinic in Bangkok, Tailand
1996Sponsored the Primary Healthcare Clinic in Prague, Czech Republic
1996Won the first national license to provide healthcare service throughout China. The company raised US$29 Million in project finance, including the first non-recourse debt financing to be provided in China
1997Opened the first Chiropody Clinic in Bangkok, Thailand as a joint venture
1999Awarded the management contract for the Shaikh Khalifa Medical Center in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
2000Began clinical operations at Shaikh Khalifa Medical Center, seeing over 350 patients in the Emergency Department on the second day
2000Canadian Business Council Award for Public Private Partnership
2001Received “International Employer Award” from the Government of Philippines
2001Shaikh Khalifa Medical Center was awarded accreditation by Accreditation Canada through its national Accreditation Program. This was the first hospital in the Middle East, and only the second outside North America, to be awarded this Certification at that time. Shaikh Khalifa Medical Center has been re-accredited recently with Joint Commission International Accreditation in 2008
2002NHS Franchise Scheme, United Kingdom. InterHealth Canada welcomed the announcement by Secretary of State for Health, Alan Milburn, on behalf of the United Kingdom Government, that the company has been included on the National Health Service Franchising Register of Experts. InterHealth Canada has been pre-qualified by the UK government to bid to take over senior management of “zero-star rating” hospitals
2002Signed a contract with Ghannam Medical Services as consultant to design, commission, and operator the exclusive private maternity center in Kuwait
2003Pre-qualified by the United Kingdom Government to participate in the Independent Sector Treatment Center bid process
2003Completed a successful handover of the Shaikh Khalifa Medical Center project
2004Awarded preferred bidder status for the Independent Sector Treatment Center NHS in the United Kingdom
2005Awarded the Commissioning and Management Leadership Consultancy contract for the Rashid Hospital Trauma Center with the Government of Dubai
2006The Cheshire & Merseyside NHS Treatment Center and the Kidderminster NHS Treatment Center in the UK, receives accreditation by the Care Quality Commission formerly the Healthcare Commission (HCC). The organization was one of the first three private healthcare providers to receive this accreditation
2006Commissioned and managed the Royale Hayat Private Maternity Hospital in Kuwait
2006Awarded the Commissioning and Management Leadership Consultancy contract for the Dasman Center for Research and Treatment of Diabetes with the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences
2007Received Joint Commission International Accreditation at the Rashid Hospital Trauma Center within two years of launch
2008Awarded a contract to build and operate two new hospitals for the Government of the Turks and Caicos Islands over a period of 25 years
2009Appointed as the Healthcare Infrastructure Project focus group Chair on behalf of the Commonwealth Business Council
2009Granted an additional 3 year term for the Management Leadership Consultancy contract for the Rashid Hospital Trauma Center with the Government of Dubai
2010Commenced clinical operations of two Turks and Caicos Islands Hospitals
2010Signed an agreement to operate the Academician N. Kipshidze Central University Clinic in Tbilisi, Georgia
2010Signed an agreement to commission and operate the Reliance Referral Hospital in Abuja, Nigeria
2010The Government of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) signed an agreement with InterHealth Canada Limited (ICL) to work on the transition and commissioning of the new Peebles Hospital in Tortola
2011Signs a 30-year agreement with the authorities of Zywiec (Slaskie) to build, equip and operate a new district hospital under a Public-Private Partnership model. This is the first Public Private Partnership project of its kind in the Polish Healthcare sector
2011The Rashid Hospital Trauma Center was successfully reaccredited by Joint Commission International
2012Turks and Caicos Islands Project awarded the highest possible accreditation “Diamond Status” by Accreditation Canada International
2012Signed Memorandum of Understanding with Government of San Marino to develop new hospital
2012Signed an agreement with King Saud University Endowment in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to develop healthcare infrastructure
2012Signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Facilities Group in Brazil under the Public Private Partnership to develop a hospital
2012Completed pre-commissioning and development of a hospital in British Virgin Island
2013Signed with Prince Mohammed Medical City for Master Planning one of five medical cities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
2013Signed a Memorandum of Understanding to build 34 hospitals in Ghana
2013Signed a contract to develop a hospital in San Marino
2014Signed a Memorandum of Understanding with MIR Hashem Khoury to develop Assisted Care Project in Dubai, United Arab Emirates