Jamaica | Feb 22, 2023

$365-million allocated to continue work on children’s hospital in Mobay

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External view of the Cornwall Regional Hospital in Montego Bay, St James. (Photo: Mubarak Yusef for

$365 million has been earmarked by the Government to continue construction on the Western Children and Adolescent Hospital in Montego Bay, St. James.

The project is aimed at building a 220-bed facility on the compound of the Cornwall Regional Hospital to provide medical services for children and adolescents up to 18-years-old across western Jamaica.

At the end of December, 20 per cent completion of the construction of the institution has been completed, phase-one parking was at 100 per cent and phase-two parking was at 97 per cent.

Among the targets for the upcoming financial year are completion of phase-two parking and upgrade and completion of the sewage system and other works.

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Work under the project commenced in 2017 and is being funded by the Government of Jamaica and the People’s Republic of China.


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