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    Bajío Regional Hospital with Speciality Services

    This hospital has support units for oncology, hemodialysis, outpatient surgery and rehabilitation, with a total surface area of 25,000 m2 and 184 beds, serving the Bajío region in Mexico.

    The project consisted of the design, construction, financing and management of the facilities' services. Clinical services are outside the scope of the private sector. It is currently in operation since the completion of construction in 2007, and will be turned over to the government in 2030.

    The contract includes the provision and maintenance of high-technology equipment over a five-year period, as well as the provision of non-medical services, such as general maintenance, cleaning, food, landscaping, safety and security, parking, waste disposal, IT and telecommunications or medical and general equipment.

    General Information

    Location
    León, Guanajuato (Mexico)
    Contract type
    design, construction, financing and management of installation services until 2030.
    Infrastructure
    184 beds, support units for oncology, hemodialysis, outpatient surgery and rehabilitation, with a total surface area of 25,000 m2
    Year of project completion
    2007

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