Cima to build new hospital in Costa Rica
The Cima Hospital is building a new medical center in Guanacaste which it expects to be ready at the start of 2011.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The hospital will be located at the entrance of the Pacific Plaza, a commercial and health complex which will include homes where medical tourists (those who are operated on or receive treatment at Cima) can stay.
Despite the economic crisis, they are going ahead with the decision to build 3 hospitals in the province of Guanacaste.
It is estimated that construction of the new facilities will take three years, meaning that the current hospital will remain operational.
The Guatemalan Institute of Social Security will build a new hospital in Quetzaltenango in November.
The new regional Hospital of Estelí will include an emergency room, consultation and hospitalization.
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