has a pipeline of over 30 projects (1800 beds)
will commission 11 projects in the next two years.
will be commissioning 3 projects in the first half of 2020
Who are we
Samaritan designs, commissions and manages:
- day clinics
- step-down facilities
- assisted living facilities
- frail care and dementia care facilities
In South Africa, Samaritan:
- has a pipeline of over 30 projects (1800 beds)
- will commission 11 projects in the next two years
- 3 projects will be commissioned in the first half of 2020
Samaritan has partnered with developers and investors and is currently forging long term relationships with:
- Doctors and other medical practitioners
- Medical schemes
- Equipment suppliers
What we believe
- Samaritan has connected with developers to secure a pipeline of acute, day clinic, stepdown and assisted living facilities (1800 beds) for roll out over the next 5 to 10 years.
- Samaritan will design, commission and manage these facilities.
- The map shows where the facilities are (or will be) located.
- The 7 facilities (249 beds) shown on the map in orange will be commissioned in the next 24 months. 4 of these facilities are already built.
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Samaritan intends to attract leading medical, dental, nursing and allied professional practitioners to serve patients at its facilities.
This is because Samaritan offers its medical team the following:
1. An opportunity to invest in a medical facility
- There is an attractive investment opportunity for medical doctors, dentists and other professional practitioners working at Samaritan facilities. The investment offers a significant upfront tax concession, and on-going benefits of ownership.
2. Support services
Samaritan consults with medical practitioners, medical schemes and suppliers of information technology and medical equipment, to provide “fit-for-purpose” facilities that support clinical teams innovatively with:
- Resourced nursing and administrative staff;
- Efficient patient scheduling, admission, inpatient and discharge management;
- Facilities equipped with telemedicine, video conferencing and access to electronic patient information to improve collaborative diagnostics and decision making;
- The required medicines and consumables;
- Effective engagement of medical schemes to minimize patient inconvenience and risk of uncovered (uninsured) services;
- Emergency and casualty support services, appropriate for the type of medical or assisted care facility;
- A medical information platform, to consolidate patient information and make it available at the point of service, to facilitate multi-disciplinary clinical teams with diagnostics and decision making.