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Spanish to invest in St James

Published:Monday | February 4, 2008 | 10:03 AM

Spanish Ambassador to Jamaica, Jesus Silva said a group of Spanish investors are to undertake a major project in health tourism later this year, in Jamaica.

According to Ambassador Silva, a group out of Spain plans to establish a state of the art private hospital in Rosehall, St James.

He said the hospital is expected to provide first class service to visitors as well as Jamaicans.

The investors plan to have the hospital run by Jamaicans, and will also be seeking to have those who have been doing well in medicine overseas return to work at the facility.