Refugees detained by Australia in Papua New Guinea say a private hospital in Port Moresby is their new primary healthcare provider on Manus Island.
Pacific International Hospital has been treating refugees brought to the capital from Manus and is now said to be dispensing services on the island.
Last week, the company International Health and Medical Services, or IHMS, said its contract to provide healthcare to refugees in PNG concluded at the end of April.
It said a core group of its staff would support the transition to the new healthcare provider, but neither IHMS nor the Australian government would confirm who that was.
Refugees on Manus and in Port Moresby said it was Pacific International Hospital, which did not respond to a request for comment from RNZ Pacific.
IHMS said it had extended its contract to deliver health services to refugees detained by Australia on Nauru.