Signing an agreement between “Egyptians for Healthcare Services” and “Johnson Controls” to provide them with integrated solutions for digitization systems

Aya Hussein

Egyptians for Healthcare Services (EHCS) signed Agreement with “Johnson Controls Arabia” Under the agreement, “Johnson Controls Arabia” will provide the “Capital Med” project with the latest integrated solutions for digitization and building management systems with the highest efficiency, which will support “Capital Med” in its endeavor to make a breakthrough in the healthcare sector in the Middle East.
1297181544178781 “EHCS” has launched its giant project “Capital Med” as the first and largest smart healthcare city in the East Middle, with an area of ​​137. acres (70 one thousand square meters).
1297181544178781 The huge project will be green and conform to the environmental requirements of the Environmental Affairs Agency of the Egyptian Ministry of Environment to provide integrated and high-quality personal health care services. Upon completion of all its stages, it will include more than 900 beds and 577 Intensive Care Unit and 70 Operating Room.
1297181544178781 According to the terms of the agreement, Johnson Controls Arabia will supply “Capital Med” with the world’s leading smart building management system, Metasys. Metasys ensures that all building management and control systems, HVAC equipment, lighting, security management and fire protection work as a cohesive unit and on a single platform, helping to provide the information needed to help effectively control building management and make decisions that improve their efficiency along with Enhancing the comfort, safety and productivity of the population.
1297181544178781 Engineer Ibrahim Salem, Regional Director for Egypt, Lebanon and Yemen at Johnson Controls, expressed Al-Arabiya”, expressing his happiness at launching the partnership, saying: “We are pleased and honored to have been chosen by Egyptians for Healthcare Services to participate in this giant project, “Capital Med”. Through Metasys, we are confident that we will play a critical role in providing the safest and most efficient operations within this smart city. Most importantly, this is completely in line with our vision to revolutionize building management in Egypt to meet the growing demand for sustainability and efficiency in the region.”

For his part, said d. Hassan El Kalla, Chairman and Managing Director of EHCS, said: “The idea of ​​establishing an integrated healthcare city was a dream for healthcare professionals in Egypt, as part of efforts to develop healthcare delivery systems, methods, and technology while also contributing to economic development by increasing the role of The private sector in the healthcare industry, and the Egyptians Company has translated this dream and these ideas into an unprecedented project that serves both local and regional needs.”