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Medical centre for Nadi airport soon

By RANOBA BAOA A new medical center will be opened at the Nadi International Airport soon. Employees and passengers alike would have no need to go outside of the airport
03 Oct 2012 12:24

By RANOBA BAOA

A new medical center will be opened at the Nadi International Airport soon.
Employees and passengers alike would have no need to go outside of the airport boundaries as the medical centre will be operated out of the Operations building adjacent to the Nadi Terminal.
Medical Center director, Dr Kanna Goundar, said the centre would operate on a 24-hour and seven-days-a-week basis.
Dr Goundar is opening his medical centre at the airport after operating Ace Medical Clinic in Martintar, Nadi, for three years.
He said the centre would be fully-equipped with overnight facilities for patients.
“The medical center will be staffed with two doctors and a nursing team. The clinic is equipped with overnight facilities for patients,” Dr Goundar said.
“It would operate on a 24-hour, seven-days-a-week basis, and provide general practice and emergency services.”
Airports Fiji Limited (AFL) general manager airports, Lawrence Liew, said: “This is a major step forward for the airport ensuring that passengers, AFL employees, and the general public will have access to quality medical services.”
The new medical centre is expected to be opened on October 15.




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