Construction of $5.3 Million Health Centre Begins

IBT Health are to build a Primary Health Care Center in the city of Las Tablas.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The grounds of the former Gerardino De Leon general hospital were awarded in a tender issued by the City Council of the City of Las Tablas, as the location for the new Minsa-Capsi center.

"The facilities at the Minsa-Capsi will be built on an estimated area of 1900 square meters and will generate at least 44 direct and 95 indirect jobs for health and administrative staff.

The building will have telemedicine and teleradiology services that will enable the digitalization of imaging for the use in diagnosis by medical professionals in other hospitals", reports LaPrensa.com.

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