The private medical services provider Medsana estimates, for this year, a 35 per cent growth in turnover, if it resumes the investments put on hold last year, and, a 15 per cent one, if investments continue to stall, as more and more patients turn to the private medical system. “We’ve got two drafts for our 2011 budget. One is based on the implementation of investments put on hold last year, if the economic climate is stabilised, the other relies on continuing activity in the same parameters as in 2010, if the economy remains unstable. (…) If we manage to pursue the scheduled investments, turnover will rise by approximately 35 per cent, if the economic climate remains as unstable as in the preceding year, we estimate a rise by approximately 15 per cent in turnover,” the director general of Medsana, Vassilis Chaniotis, stated, quoted by Mediafax. Medsana’s investment targets include the opening of two medical centres in Bucharest, a paediatrics clinic, extending its medical tests lab, as well as resuming the project to build a hospital to accommodate 200.