Private health is a growing business in Costa Rica
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Private health companies in Costa Rica have seen considerable growth over the last years, mainly due to slow or inefficient service from the state-owned health provider, known as CCSS.
Clínica Bíblica Hospital, a private healthcare provider established in Costa Rica in 1929, is planning to expand to four other regions in the country.
It recently invested $15 million in its main building in San José, where a helipad was installed, as well as a car park for 640 vehicles.
Full story (in Spanish)