David Saganelidze, Executive Director of Partnership Fund hosted delegation of the British-Indian Clinical and Academic Partnership BICAP and one of the world’s leading research and training universities, King’s College London.
The British delegation is interested in development of the three clinics, owned by the foundation. They want to cooperate with “Clinics Development Company”, subsidiary of the Fund.
The parties shared the vision of clinical development and discussed future prospects of cooperation at the meeting.
To remind, the Partnership Fund owns three major clinics: Central University Clinic (so called Republican Hospital), Universal Medical Center (former National Center for Oncology) and Tbilisi Infectious Clinical Hospital of Tbilisi.