TritonLife Opens Hungary's 1st Private Perinatal Intensive Care Unit
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TritonLife opened Hungary's first private licensed perinatal intensive care unit at the TritonLife Róbert Private Hospital in Budapest on Tuesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
TritonLife chairman Lajos Fábián put the investment cost at HUF 210 million-230 mln.
He said that 1,600-1,800 babies are born in the hospital each year. The perinatal intensive care unit will serve premature babies and newborns with special needs, he added.
TritonLife provides in- and outpatient services at 15 locations around the country. Last year, 7,000 surgical procedures were conducted at these hospitals and clinics, while the number of patient-doctor consultations exceeded 300,000.
TritonLife's revenue rose over 50% to HUF 17.3 bln last year. This year, it targets a turnover of more than HUF 20 bln, Fábián said.
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