Aquiles Calles Ramírez General Hospital, Mexico
Aquiles Calles Ramírez General Hospital, Mexico
Design, construction, equipment and provision of complementary services of the Second Level General Hospital "Aquiles Calles Ramírez" for a period of 23 years under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme. The project consists of 25,000 square metres of construction on five levels, 150 beds, consulting rooms and operating rooms for the care of more than 250,000 persons. Its entry into operation was advanced to April 15, 2020 so that it would be available during the COVID 19 pandemic. Grupo Ortiz will provide 18 services during the 23 years of concession.
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The project in figures
€350 M
Estimated Income
23 years
Duration of the concession
250,000 +
People benefiting from better health care
  • €350 M
    Estimated Income
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Because health can't wait

The inhabitants of Tepic Nayarit (Mexico) have a new hospital in only 17 months including the project. This has been possible thanks to the construction of the hospital with the Indagsa construction system, as it has a prefabrication plant "in situ" for the execution of the building's structure.

A sustainable hospital
On 29 November 2021 this project achieved certification under the LEED v4 "Building Design and Construction: Health Rating System". LEED certification identifies the Hospital General Dr. Aquiles Calles Ramírez as an example of sustainability.
LEED Certified
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Provision of 18 services during the 23 years of operation

Maintenance of medical equipment. Haemodialysis. Laboratory and Blood Bank. Central Equipment and Sterilization (CE and E). Pharmacy. Service and Warehouse. User Assistance Centre (CAU). Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Energy efficiency. Medical gases. Gardening. Security. Laundry. Food. Waste. Fumigation. Computers. Digitisation.