€117 million in co-financing for the future Paris-Saclay Hospital

Major financing in the healthcare sector by Arkéa Banque Entreprises et Institutionnels, Banque des Territoires, La Banque Postale, Caisse d'Epargne Ile-de-France and the Relyens Group: these five partners have joined forces to provide a loan of €117 million to finance the construction of the Paris-Saclay Hospital.

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Signature du contrat pour le financement du nouvel hôpital de Saclay.
From left to right : Jean-Charles Laur, La Banque Postale ; Najoua Benfella, la Banque des Territoires ; Laetitia Boussarie, Arkéa Banque Entreprises et Institutionnels ; Cédric Lussiez, Directeur du Groupement Hospitalier Nord-Essonne ; Romain Durand, groupe Relyens ; Sébastien de Vanssay, Caisse d’Épargne Ile-de-France. (DR : La Poste)

The Paris-Saclay Hospital, located in Orsay (Essonne) will open in 2024. With a total surface area of 45,000 m2, it will provide 479 inpatient and outpatient beds (of which 75% single rooms), 10 operating theatres, medical and surgery departments, acute care facilities (intensive care, cardiac and neurovascular intensive care) and a maternity unit designed to accommodate more than 3,000 births per year.

Designed to high standards, in particular in terms of environmental quality (certified High Environmental Quality), the Paris-Saclay Hospital aims to become a key hospital and a cornerstone of the care offering of the Nord Essonne Hospital Group, which is also present in Longjumeau, Juvisy-sur-Orge and Bures-sur-Yvette. 

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