AP-HP International is a subsidiary of Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris created at the end of 2016 to develop its international action. It has just won two new contracts for project management assistance, in Peru and Benin.
As part of an international call for tenders between States, Peru has chosen France to technically assist it in carrying out two hospital projects, one concerning the completion of the Cuzco referral hospital, and the other to build a 700-bed hospital in Lima. AP-HP International will provide this assistance to project management in association with Egis Bâtiments International, the two entities having been designated by France to respond to this call for tenders. The contract was signed on June 27, 2020 for the start of activity in August and for a period of 34 months.
The second contract, signed in March 2020, covers project management assistance from the Beninese government during the execution phase for the creation of a new university hospital center in Abomey Calavi, an expanding city north of Cotonou. . Designed by architect Michel Beauvais Associés and built by Bouygues Bâtiment International, this new CHU will strengthen the benchmark healthcare offer in this country.
Since its creation at the end of 2016, AP-HP International has carried out several major types of contracts: preliminary studies for the construction and / or rehabilitation of hospitals, project management assistance, training contracts. The subsidiary relies on all the know-how of its teams specialized in the various fields of care, research, management, training and engineering.
In 2019, 24 projects were carried out including 13 new contracts by the subsidiary, for example in Bahrain for the training of a SAMU and the study of a project to create a reference pediatric hospital, in Burkina Faso for the feasibility study of a provincial referral hospital in Paraguay for the modernization study of the largest public hospital in the country, various training contracts in Vietnam or China … 128 different experts, including 45 medical staff, were mobilized, for expertise, training or study visits.