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Mexico: Toluca and Tlalnepantla Hospitals

Mexico: Toluca and Tlalnepantla Hospitals

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Outdated hospital facilities meant long lines and substandard care for the citizens of Toluca and Tlalnepantla, two densely populated areas in Mexico. Private sector best practices and investment were needed to improve health services to patients and users. To achieve this, the government hired IFC as lead advisor to the state’s Social Security Institute, a health insurer, for an innovative public-private partnership for two new 120-bed hospitals.
Outdated hospital facilities meant long lines and substandard care for the citizens of Toluca and Tlalnepantla, two densely populated areas in Mexico. Private sector best practices and investment were needed to improve health services to patients and users. To achieve this, the government hired IFC as lead advisor to the state’s Social Security Institute, a health insurer, for an innovative public-private partnership for two new 120-bed hospitals.

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Published by: World Bank Group Public-Private Partnerships on Jul 01, 2011
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Outdated hospital facilities meant long lines and substandardcare for the citizens of Toluca and Tlalnepantla, two denselypopulated areas in Mexico. Private sector best practices andinvestment were needed to improve health services to patientsand users. To achieve this, the government hired IFC as leadadvisor to the state’s Social Security Institute, a health insurer,for an innovative public-private partnership for two new120-bed hospitals.
Mexico: Toluca and Tlalnepantla Hospitals
The new hospitals will replace outdated acilities and provide patients withimproved services while creating a business model or optimal health care in thestate. Hospital operations are expected to be complete by June 2012 and the twohospitals combined will serve a population o about one million.The contracts were signed in October and November 2010. In Toluca, the contract wasawarded to the Promedex consortium, which will invest $60 million on constructionand equipment during the one-year period ollowing completion o the fnal design.In Tlalnepantla, the contract was awarded to Marhnos, a privately held group. It isexpected that Marhnos will invest $60 million in construction and equipment duringthe one-year period ollowing fnancial closure.IFC received donor support rom the Catalonia IFC Trust Fund, which unded thedevelopment o the PPP Transaction Structure Report.
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