There are many considerations when making a decision to open an occupational or medical on-site health clinic in a particular country. There are regulatory, external and internal issues to consider, and questions and answers will differ by company and by location.
For example, you may want to open a clinic where you have a critical mass of employees who are generally open to employer-sponsored programs, but face substantial difficulties in accessing health services. If, however, the services you are interested in providing are heavily regulated or outlawed in a given location and you have no evidence of employee demand for such a clinic, you may want to concentrate your efforts in a different way.
The considerations outlined above are only the beginning. Human resources, benefits and occupational health personnel should also consult their in-country staff along with procurement, legal, health and safety, finance, facilities and other departments to determine the feasibility of a clinic before moving forward.