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Worldwide Licensed Medical Care Arrives in Guanacaste Costa Rica.

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Published on: 2012/08/12

Worldwide Licensed Medical Care Arrives in Guanacaste Costa Rica.

The times of emergency medical airlifts from Guanacaste to San Jose for top hospital treatment will shortly be gone. Sources in the surgery have informed Health Check Costa Rica the Hospice Cima project in Liberia Guanacaste plans to open their doors in February 2012. Construction of the first part of the hospice project is all but complete and the surgery is in the process of moving in equipment for a February opening. The hospice will be starting with only around ten beds but will be the first Joint Commission World Infirmary to open their doors in Guanacaste which is an area known often for pristine beaches, and a tourism dependent economy. Consequences of this may reverberate across the region as Guanacaste begins the evolution from a primarily tourist orientated economy to a wider based retirement and full time home destination.

The project encompasses a new CIMA Surgery, a building with medical practice offices, a commercial section with trattorias and a flat hotel building especially targeting retirees and Medical Travel patients. The hospice, as well as the other buildings, would be located next to the Do-it Center in the canton of Carrillo, on the road between Liberia International Airport and the region’s seaside resort areas, and intentionally close to the global Airport which has become the hub of Guanacaste’s amazing growth as a visitor destination in the last ten years. This private hospital not only would serve the local inhabitants of Guanacaste but the growing foreign clientele seeking high-quality care.”The number of patients may alter thanks to the a proven fact that these facilities may not only serve patients from all over the province, but also may serve foreigners visiting for Medical Travel Facilitator purposes.

Guanacaste has been through major transformations in recent years as the Govt. of Costa Rica has smartly been paying attention to major framework projects including road strategies and telecommunication infrastructure both of which have seen gigantic jumps forward in recent years. Previously inaccessible beaches now boast beautifully paved roads complete along with reflectors, painted lines and street lights; something old hands will remember didn’t exist on any roads only a few short years ago.

Additionally, through countless private investors Guanacaste saw the expansion and creation of everything from International American Schools to private surgery hospitals, orthopedic centres, plastic surgery spas, and a spread of spas, mental well-being retreats, recovery centers, and more. The major private investment bucks flowing into major medical facilities in Liberia to the tune of about half a bn. greenbacks has a ripple effect across Guanacaste as folks follow the smart money into niche areas of the booming Medical Tourism industry. With skyrocketing debate and curving costs of Medicare in the U. S., the ever increasing wait times in the socialized arena of Canadian Medical care coupled with the growth of straight-through flights into the region from both countries, Medical Tourism in Guanacaste is poised for a boom, and the opening of the long awaited CIMA branch in Liberia represents the first important walk in this direction.

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