The General and Specialty Hospital at the City of Health in the Dominican Republic is a "turnkey" project that includes the construction and equipment of the facility. The Maternity Hospital forms part of a new health complex on the Konrad Adenauer Avenue in North Santo Domingo. The new hospital consists of 320 beds distributed over five floors as well as state of the art medical equipment.
General and Specialties Hospital - City of Health
Completion Date: 2014
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