The Nicaraguan hospital "Vivian Pellas" has become one of the five medical institutions accredited by Joint Commission International in Central America.
Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports: "With the accreditation of the Nicaraguan hospital "Vivian Pellas" by the Joint Commission International (JCI ) for the period 2013-2016, one of the five medical facilities which have received this endorsement in Central America, Nicaragua has taken center stage in the global medical tourism market starting with its diaspora " .
With an investment of about $36 million, the Social Security Department will be putting out to tender later this year the construction of an Oncology Tower at Hospital Calderon Guardia.
The hospital's director, Dr. Luis Paulino Hernández, told La Prensa Libre, "We are thinking of having five floors, the idea is that we will move the staff we have now and strengthen the hospital with other positions in medical, nursing, nutrition, cleaning and security areas, we will have 60 beds".
The executive is negotiating a loan approval for the renovation and equipping of the 45 hospitals in the National Health System in Guatemala.
From a statement published by the Government of Guatemala:
President Otto Perez Molina said on Wednesday during a working visit to the department of Petén, that they are negotiating a foreign loan for $280 million to improve the infrastructure of the health system.
The Honduran government is negotiating a loan with Korea for the construction of two hospitals in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula.
Mario Zelaya, director of the Honduran Institute of Social Security explained that "the value of each hospital would be 50 million dollars, these would resources provided to us by the Korean government after meet the requirements...
Banmédica is the largest private health organization in Chile, with investments in Colombia and Argentina, and with subsidiaries in the insurance sector.
With an average investment of $70 million annually for the past 12 years, Banmédica provides a wide range of health-related services, including clinics, laboratories, medical centers and medical rescue units.
Health officials have signed an agreement with the Italian government to equip Hospital María.
The first two items of equipment, of six lots in total, will be installed in January 2012.
"The construction of María Hospital, located east of the capital, near the colony Altos del Trapiche, began in 2000 at a cost of over $30 million leaded by the María Foundation ...", noted Proceso Digital.
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