Guatemala to Invest $185 Million in Hospitals
The Guatemalan social security institute (IGSS) has presented its investment plan for 2010 and 2011.
Friday, August 27, 2010
Projects scheduled to become operational between August and October 2014 are the construction of the western, north east and southern region hospitals in Quetzaltenango, Zacapa and Escuintla costing $42 million, $25 million and $43.4 million respectively.
Bidding documents have been published for the new East Tower of the Calderón Guardia hospital.
With an investment of $36.6 million work has begun on the new Southern Regional hospital in Choluteca, Honduras.
The Government will invest $19.8 million to build an 80-bed hospital.
Up to $20 million is thought to be necessary to improve infrastructure, medicine stocks and equipment in order to save the Nicolás A. Solano hospital in southern Panama.
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