May 18, 2024

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Hospital Metropolitano expands its health network and acquires Clínica Santa Catalina in Desamparados

Hospital Metropolitano expands its health network and acquires Clínica Santa Catalina in Desamparados

This purchase will allow the current staff to be maintained and is estimated to generate more jobs in the area in the short term.

he Metropolitan Hospitalpart of Montecristo Collectionannounced the acquisition of Santa Catalina ClinicA private medical center that includes more than… 30 years of experience (Canton Desamparados).

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This purchase is part of Hospital Metropolitano's strategy to expand its coverage and provide high-quality, accessible health services using the latest technologies to a greater number of Costa Ricans.

Through this acquisition, Metropolitan Hospital will strengthen its operational capacity, offer its medical specialties and digitalization process, which will benefit the residents of Desamparados and its surrounding areas.

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“We are very happy to integrate the Santa Catalina Clinic into our health network, because it allows us to get closer to the needs of the residents of Desamparados, a canton with a high demand for private medical services. We want to offer them high-quality services,” said Andres Wernick, Director of the Metropolitan Hospital, who expressed “It is healthcare, with the support and prestige of Metropolitan Hospital,” he said of his satisfaction with the new purchase, which adds to the eight hospital sites the group already owns in the country.

Santa Catalina Clinic has an infrastructure of more than 1,000 square metres, where emergency, laboratory, medical imaging and pharmacy services are provided 24 hours a day. In addition, the hospital has a highly qualified human team committed to patient care.

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