Saturday, June 08 2013 @ 04:15 PM EDT
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The Ministry of Health (MINSA) called out on national and international companies for the act. In this act the companies expressed their concerns about the conditions stipulated in the statement of objections for the construction of this structure.
It is likely that between the months of August or September of this year, they will proceed with the beginning of the foundation construction of this hospital, according to the Minister of Health, Javier Diaz, who also said the hospital must be finished in 8 months.
The cost of this building will be about $22 million, donated by the Government of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
This hospital will be of a second level of complexity, benefiting about 19,000 people living in this province, as well as a large part of the population living in the Ngobe-Bugle region.
The new facility will have external consultation, general medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, internal medicine, psychiatry, family medicine, E.R. and hospitalization, among other health services.
The tender will be held on June 12 and the proposals from the different companies participating will be received on the same day. (Panama America)