$30 Million in Medical Center in El Salvador

In the first quarter of 2020, a 20-level tower will be built in the San Benito neighborhood in San Salvador to house medical clinics.

Thursday, October 24, 2019

Calidad Inmobiliaria, a Guatemalan company, will be the developer of the new project called "Humana Centro Médico Integral."

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Gabriela Castillo, marketing manager of Calidad Inmobiliaria, explained to Elmundo.sv that "... The project is a building designed for the Salvadoran medical field, which wants to provide a greater benefit to users, as well as comfort, accessibility and, especially, safety to patients during the visit."

Castillo added that "... The building of Humana Centro Médico Integral will be made up of 20 levels. Nine floors will house 170 medical clinics, with an extension of 43 to 90 square meters, at a cost of $125,000."

CentralAmericaData reports state that in 2018, 28 environmental impact studies were presented to build hospitals, clinics and other health care centers in the countries of the region, projects valued at $810 million.

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