Private Hospital Announces New Investments

In Costa Rica, the Hospital Metropolitano announced that in the next three years it will invest in the opening of four new locations and in the expansion of services in some branches that already operate.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Although no further details are provided regarding the locations of the new headquarters of the business group, directors of Grupo Montecristo, the main shareholder of Hospital Metropolitano, said that the establishments will operate inside and outside the Central Valley.

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According to a statement issued by Hospital Metropolitano, a Research Center will also be inaugurated and the services of some existing hospitals will be expanded.

Reviewed by that Francis Durman, CEO of Grupo Montecristo, explained that "... In 10 years of existence, more than two million patients have been attended. Our goal is to reach two million patients per year in the medium term, and for that we are going to strengthen our expansion plans."

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The article reviews that "... The medical company has offices in downtown San Jose, Lindora, in Santa Ana, Lincoln Plaza, in Moravia, Quepos, Liberia and in Huacas, in Santa Cruz de Guanacaste. It also has centers specialized in cardiovascular medicine, mental health, cancer and hematology."

The announcement of the expansion of operations comes one year after it was reported that the U.S. business group Sandford Health, acquired 12.5% of the shares of the companies of Montecristo Group.

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