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Healthcare Sector Summery in Georgia in 2016

Minister of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia David Sergeenko summed up 2016 and spoke about the existing challenges. The main challenge, in the Minister’s words, is  the availability of outpatient medicines for vulnerable populations. “The main thing was that the universal health care which is one of the …

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Georgia Healthcare Launches Ambulatory Cluster In Tbilisi

Private healthcare provider Georgia Healthcare Group PLC on Friday said it has launched a new ambulatory cluster in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. The cluster is located in the Didi Digomi neighbourhood and covers a population of around 140,000. It will provide a wide range of outpatient services, including general …

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Medison Holding -Progress in Georgian Medicine

The wish to establish high service standards and real opportunity for it became the reason why future partners implemented investment and bought prophylactic centers with medical history. The centers lacked a lot of basic and necessary equipment and did not match modern standards. They need to find finances to create …

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Annual Profits of Pharmaceutical Companies Hit GEL 190 million

Transparency International Detects Weak Oligopoly on Pharmaceutical Market. Amalgamation of Pharmadepot and GPC grows risks of competition restriction and misuse of market dominant positions. Thus, pharmaceutical market may be characterized as a weak oligopoly, but according to recent information, ABC Pharmacy that holds a dominant position (second place after PSP) …

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EDGE Radiosurgery System Installed in Georgia


The latest EDGE radiosurgery system, which enables targeting ailing areas with high precision and ensures greater chances for recovery, will be available in Georgia to treat patients with oncology diseases. Today Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, together with Minister of Health Davit Sergeenko, visited Academician Fridon Todua’s clinic, which boasts …

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Philips and Aversi Clinic Team up to Improve Patient Care in Georgia


Aversi Clinic in partnership with Philips are jointly showcasing the newly opened Hybrid Operation and Diagnostic Rooms which were equipped in accordance with the best international quality standards. Dimitri Jorbenadze, General Director and Kakha Kuntelia, Vascular Surgeon at Aversi Clinic presented innovative healthcare solutions to the representatives of media and …

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Chinese First to Test CRISPR Gene Editing in Humans

Chinese scientists are the first to inject a person with genes edited with the CRISPR-Cas9 method. The breakthrough could be a “biomedical Sputnik,” Nature Newsreports, referring to the Soviet Sputnik satellite that many say sparked the space race between the Soviet Union and the United States. Oncologist Lu You at …

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GHG Dispatches Ambulatory Services in Zugdidi

The Georgia Healthcare Group (GHG) has released a new ambulatory group  in the largest city of Samegrelo- Zugdidi.   The new group offers eclectic services to citizens of all age groups. The services range from specialist physician consultations, clinical and serological laboratory tests to practical diagnostics. Chiefly, the provision of …

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Azerbaiajani Company Starts Drug Production in Tbilisi Free Zone


 From the next year, Azerbaijani company will start production of medications at Tbilisi Free Industrial Zone, head of TIZ told Businesscontract. “Drug production is planned in TIZ, which will export to Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and to middle Asia,”Giorgi Tabidze says.  According to him, TIZ has already signed memorandum, and from …

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