Mazatlan, Sinaloa. – The work of the new general hospital of Mazatlan has advanced more than 65 percent, assured the director of the hospital, Rodolfo Luis Osuna Flores.
The doctor is confident that the hospital infrastructure is ready by the end of the year, as indicated. He added that the current building where the hospital operates already gave what it had to give.
The current government has not stopped investing in the old building.
The operating rooms were rehabilitated and the best area of neonatal care is available.
They have bought modern technology to keep the institution going.
The general hospital of Mazatlan will cost one billion pesos in construction and equipment.
The building started on January 3 of this year and Governor Quirino Ordaz has promised that the civil works will be ready and equipped by the end of the year.
By: Blanca Regalado El Debate
The Mazatlan Post