One of the questions that arises is whether, when the hospitals are open, citizens with a health card will be able to be treated in them?
In recent months, the construction of new medical institutions and hospital capacities, significant projects in which large financial resources are invested, has been going on in Sarajevo Canton. When they are built and open their doors to the citizens, not only of Sarajevo Canton but also beyond, it will greatly complement and enable their better treatment.
One such project is the construction of the ASA hospital as part of the ASA group in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is being built in the settlement of Otoka in the municipality of Novi Grad, while the second is the construction of the hospital “Dr. Kandić” in the settlement of Nedžarići in the municipality of Ilidža. One of the questions that arises is whether, when the hospitals are open, citizens with a health card will be able to be treated in them?
Director of the ASA hospital project, in a statement for Oslobođenje, Rasim Jusufović, prof. Ph.D. says that the construction of the ASA hospital is one of the largest private general hospital construction projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region, which will provide healthcare services based on EU standards in cooperation with renowned international institutions.
– When it comes to cooperation with the Health Insurance Fund of KS, our goal is to provide our patients with simple and quick access to all services, and we are in negotiations with all relevant institutions in order to achieve this, emphasized Dr. Jusufović.
Adopting the recommendations and trends of modern medicine, ASA Hospital will, according to dr. Jusufović, have a focus in working with citizens on disease prevention, rapid diagnosis and routine performance of more complex surgical procedures, along with efficient and fast services, available 24 hours a day to all citizens of BiH, with accurate disease diagnosis, in the shortest possible time.
– We believe that this kind of approach and modern service will make it much easier for patients, and in this way we want to support the healthcare system in Bosnia and Herzegovina, emphasizes our interlocutor.
The ASA General Hospital will be located on seven floors, with a capacity of 180 hospital beds, 10 operating rooms, and will provide jobs for around 400 employees.
This, in many respects, unique healthcare facility with state-of-the-art equipment and top experts will offer high-quality care, sophisticated specialist and diagnostic services, where the patient always comes first, emphasizes ASA Medical.