A $270 million loan awarded by the BCIE will enable the construction of new hospital facilities in San Jose, Guanacaste and Puntarenas.
From a press release issued by the Presidency of Costa Rica:
This morning (yesterday) the Government of the Republic signed an agreement with the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (BCIE) which allows the construction of new hospital facilities, strengthening and increasing the capacity for attention of three national hospitals in the provinces of San José, Guanacaste and Puntarenas; in the latter place a new hospital will be built, since facilities were affected by the earthquake of 2012.
The Social Security Department is going to purchase anaesthesia machines, scanners and MRI machines between 2014 and 2018.
This was revealed in the data managed by Infrastructure Management and Technology of the Social Security Department (CCSS). The 120 anaesthesia machines will be purchased in 2014, while the scanners for hospitals Mexico, Calderon Guardia and San Juan de Dios will be acquired in 2017.
The bid for the construction of the new tower is to initiate at the beginning of 2010, and they foresee that the building will be finished within five years. The bid will also include the construction of an additional building of 5,000 square meters for nutrition services and a cloakroom.
Laboratorios Microsules is a Uruguayan company, which has been in both, the local and international market for twenty years, manufacturing, synthesising, commercialising and distributing medicines for animal health.
Operates in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama
Phone: (00598) 98165211 - (00598) 99728874