Works on Hospital in Guatemala

It is expected that the medical center under construction in the city of Mixco, will start operating in February 2019.

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Grupo Monte Real S.A. announced that the hospital complex that is under construction will open its doors to the public in February 2019, and will have two buildings, one on four levels and another on seven, both towers will be connected by a bridge.

See "Central America: $212 million in hospital projects"

According to Prensalibre.com, the hospital will have the capacity to attend 46 patients a day, and will offer the services of "... Clinical laboratories, diagnostic imaging area, emergency care rooms, intensive care, operating room with 4 operating theaters, 42 bedding units, maternal and infant areas with intensive care for newborns and area for sub-specialties."

See also "Construction in Central America Still Growing"

The project that will be located on Boulevard El Naranjo, Zone 4 of Mixco, department of Guatemala, will have a parking lot with capacity for more than 200 vehicles. According to their representatives, the estimated investment is $4.3 million.

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