Costa Rica: Clinic Tower begins operations

Avenida Medica launched its second tower of clinics located in the area of San Rafael de Escazu, a building that has a construction area of 10 thousand square meters and required an investment of more than $ 13 million.

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

According to representatives of Portafolio Inmobiliario, the business group that developed the project, the new building will be able to accommodate 135 medical offices and the first will be occupied by commercial premises.

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Johny Jaikel, director of the Avenida Escazú project, told that "... this construction is a bet of the company for the medical industry. 'The project consists of 11 commercial premises located on the first level, spacious waiting rooms on all levels, cafeteria, central plaza and dining room for employees'."

The publication adds that "... the Avenida Escazu facilities also contain spaces dedicated to independent practices, such as specialized clinics," as are offices in the areas of cardiology, dermatology, dentistry, orthopedics, ophthalmology, psychology and nutrition, among others."

According to CentralAmericaData's Business Intelligence area, in 2020 in the countries of the region, 10 environmental impact studies were presented to build hospitals, clinics and other health care centers in the countries of the region, projects valued at $175 million.

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