Thursday, 1 October 2020

State Bank Finances First Private Hospital in Guanacaste

The Banco Popular is continuing its support of the Guanacate region, providing financing for the first private medical centre, the Hospital Clínico San Rafael Arcángel in Liberia, that is to provide medical services to both nationals and foreigners.

The private clinic offers 35 medical specialties and has a pharmacy, radiology and laboratory services on a 24 hours basis. Additionally, the medical centre is in the process of being certified by the  Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), a voluntary process through which an ambulatory health care organization is able to measure the quality of its services and performance against nationally recognized standards.

Gerardo Porras Sanabria, Banco Popular’s general manager of corporat affairs, said,”the bank understands the importance of promoting development in the communities. This new hospital will meet the demand for specialized health services at affortable terms and encourage medical tourism to become a magnet for professionals of different disciplines of medicine, which will promote the social and economic boost for the welfare of families Guanacaste”.

Source: El Guardian CR

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