This project was supposed to start in 2012.
OMMA Healthcare is currently developing the new American International Hospital Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. This new US Standard acute care facility is being designed by Rees Associates.
OMMA Healthcare, LLC was incorporated in September 1998 as a Colorado, USA Limited Liability Company. The Company’s purpose is to assist in the development of diverse healthcare facilities internationally in regions such as the Middle East, Africa, Mexico, Latin America, Central Europe, Asia, and other select geographical areas (including unique programs/facilities in the U.S.). OMMA’s U.S. corporate offices are located in Rollinsville, CO, with a satellite office in Walnut Creek, California. OMMA Healthcare is also registered as a company in Nigeria and Iraq. In addition, OMMA Projects—Middle East maintains offices in Baghdad, Iraq, Dubai, UAE, and Beirut, Lebanon.
The development of comprehensive, cost-effective healthcare systems must be ultimately based on the objective of achieving the highest quality of patient care as measured by key outcome criteria as per “U.S. Standards of Care”. OMMA is structured to meet this challenge by involving experienced professional healthcare management and technical resources having the knowledge and expertise to advance project development as a total systems process. Success in this approach requires the involvement of physicians, healthcare personnel, medical insurance and managed care organizations, private businesses in the market area, and community business leaders. From the very beginning of the project’s development, the participation of these groups ensures that the process properly addresses the unique economic, cultural, and political aspects of the community.
The total commitment to a team approach in all phases of project development makes OMMA unique in the international, as well as the domestic, healthcare field. This is best reflected by the fact that all projects have a dedicated Project Director for purposes of sustaining continuity, quality control, and long-term project accountability. Even more unique is the fact that each project leader must be an OMMA principal core executive.