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African Medical Investments’ Dar es Salaam clinic has traded well in the first seven weeks of operation and signed up a number of health insurance companies.
More than 350 patients have been treated at the clinic.
HTH Worldwide has agreed to satisfy all the costs of its members that attend the clinic. HTH has members attending the International School of Tanganyika in Dar es Salaam. It has 400,000 members around the world and the agreement includes AMI’s clinics in Harare and Johannesburg International Airport.
Japan International Cooperation Agency will cover the costs of treatment for all of its Tanzania-based employees. AMI has also signed up three medical insurance companies for the Dar es Salaam clinic. These firms may have transferred patients to South Africa in the past.
AMI will open a trauma centre & well woman clinic at Maputo in Mozambique later this year.
AMI is also planning the opening of an airport medical & travel vaccination centre at Cape Town International Airport in Mid 2009.
At 11.25p a share, AMI is valued at £9m.
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