Grupo Ortiz wins adjudication of Bosa Hospital concession in Bogota, Colombia.

      • It will be the first healthcare infrastructure to be built in Colombia through a Public/Private Association.
      • It will account for an investment of 78 million Euros.

The City of Bogota adjudicated the “UMHES Bosa” hospital contract to Grupo Ortiz in conjunction with the Peruvian company INCOT on 27th December last year.

The consortium, comprising Grupo Ortiz (90%) and the company INCOT, S.A.C. (10%) will be in charge of the design, construction, equipping, maintenance, operation and financing (Grey-Green Coat system) of what will be the first healthcare infrastructure in Colombia to be executed through a PPA (Public/Private Association) and the first public hospital to be LEED certified (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design).

For Grupo Ortiz this will be the second hospital built under this system after completing construction of Tepic Hospital in Mexico last year.

The project will be part of the South-western Sub Network, covering 4 districts, namely: Kennedy, Fontibon, Puente Aranda and Bosa. The hospital complex comprises a built-up area of 30.000 m2 which will provide healthcare services to benefit 400,000 people.

The Bosa Specialist Medical Hospital  will be designed to provide outpatient services, through a Type 2 General Healthcare Centre, and mid and high complexity hospital services; providing the public network with 215 beds distributed as follows: 135 for Internal Medicine, 60 in Surgical Departments, 12 for Adult Intensive Care and 8 for Adult Intermediate Care.

It will be a hospital focusing on chronically ill adult patients, diagnosed with and treated for chronic renal diseases, obstructive lung diseases, atherogenic cardiovascular diseases and early cancer detection, among others.

The project will be carried out over 18 years. The first 3 years will be for design and construction. The hospital will open in 2023 and over the next 15 years the winning consortium will be in charge of maintaining the building, clinical and administrative furniture, medical equipment and the cleaning, disinfection and security services. The contract will be completed in 2037 and it is estimated to generate earnings to the value of 375 million Euros.

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