Panama: Hospital Construction Projects Reactivated

The Ministry of Health and the construction company IBT Health Group reached an agreement to resume construction of work in hospitals in the provinces of Darién, Los Santos and Chiriquí.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

In order to start construction, the Comptroller General of the Republic will authorize the agreements and documents signed between the Ministry of Health (MoH) and IBT Health Group.

The Health Minister Francisco Javier Terrientes, told Prensa.com that "... The company had to compromise on various aspects, because the MoH did not accept them ... The goal is to finish and put into operation each of these hospitals. "

Representatives of IBT Health Group, added that "... Negotiations have already been finalized and signed with the Ministry of Health regarding documentation for the reactivation of projects. "

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