Investment in Pro Familia Hospital in El Salvador

The Salvadoran Demographic Association (ADS) has made an investment of $1 million to remodel Pro Familia Hospital’s medical equipment and facilities.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


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Cossette Ramírez, executive of ADS explained to Elsalvador.com: "The remodeling of the five operating and delivery rooms includes special sinks for the doctors to scrub, as well as the placement of cutting-edge lamps and epoxy ceilings that guarantee the absence of germs according to international standards. The investment also includes the acquisition of surgical instruments for more than 25 specialties, x-ray equipment, special vital sign monitors, electrocardiograms, ultrasounds, etc."

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