“Iqarus is proud to support the NATO-led KFOR mission in Kosovo by providing NATO’s first ever privately-contracted R2B facility”, commented Tim Mitchell, Iqarus Chief Executive Officer. “Given the size and scale of the health facility, it is incredible to think that the entire project was delivered in just two months, and to an exceptionally high standard”, he added.
The hospital’s healthcare facilities include an emergency room, operating theatre, intensive care units, high-dependency units, wards, ambulance services and associated medical support services. Healthy staff are critical to ensuring the success of local missions; Iqarus will continue to operate the medical treatment facility for the next three years, providing continued facility management, training support and overall clinical governance.
Today, approximately 4,000 troops from KFOR, provided by 28 countries, continue to work towards maintaining a safe and secure environment and freedom of movement for all citizens and communities in Kosovo. According to KFOR, this new facility is part of NATO’s ongoing commitment to provide essential support services to staff on deployed operations.