By: Tamarindo News Staff
President Solís visits expansion work and structural strengthening of La Anexión Hospital in Nicoya • 39 posts created for specialization for Chorotega region
Plan looks into hospital infrastructure and health care improvements for 2015-2019
With a plan to improve infrastructure, equipment and to increase medical staff, the Caja Costarricense de Seguro Social (Costa Rican Department of Social Security CCSS), which is the country’s governing health care institution, has announced a ¢43.020 million investment designed to boost aid to the population of Guanacaste.
Gabriela Murillo Jenkins, CCSS Infrastructure and Technologies Manager, explained that the plan will be executed between years 2015 and 2019.
According to the civil servant, currently in progress are the structural strengthening of La Anexión Hospital in Nicoya as well as the construction and outfitting of equipment of its new hospital services. This project began in January 2014 and it is supposed to be finished in January 2017. It will cost a total of ¢18.200 million.
“To enlarge and modernize a hospital such as La Anexión in Nocoya is, doubtless, not only a cause of pride, but one of great optimism. Costa Rican people deserve works that help us to consolidate our commitment to fight poverty, to produce jobs and … continue reading
Via:: Tamarindo News