In a further statement on Friday, the FTSE 100-listed firm - which is still smarting over allegations made by Muddy Waters about suspiciously high development costs for Brightpoint Hospital - said it had received a letter from STH Consultant, the engineering consultant for the development of NMC Royal Women's Hospital (the new name for Brightpoint), confirming the total built-up floor area of the hospital is 18,595 square metres.
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It also said it has made available on its website the floor plans of the project which were approved by the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi.
In a report published earlier this month, Muddy Waters alleged that NMC - which operates hospitals in the United Arab Emirates - has been investing in large assets at costs “too high to be plausible”, prompting “concerns about fraudulent asset values and theft of company assets.”
Shares in NMC Health dipped 1% to 1,770p on Friday continuing a volatile recent performance.