11 October 2021
With new investments, the Hospital Universitario Clínica San Rafael is expanding

We are improving our hospital infrastructure for the benefit of the people of the community.

Despite pandemic and supply chain challenges, we are increasing our installed capacity in the Hospital. We will increase the number of current beds by 56 for a total of 350 beds. The first stage, 20 beds is complete. The second stage will add an additional 36 beds. These beds are new, modern, electric, adjustable in height and designed to provide the patient with comfort and safety.

"We have a great opportunity for growth to reach cities that are underserved or will serve as a referral center in the country. For those facilities that we currently operate and support, we are renewing the technological infrastructure, adapting to the new challenges of operation, safety and, most importantly, patient needs."
Explains Josh Putter, CEO Steward Colombia

Acquisition of high-tech equipment for our network in Bogota.

In addition to the bed expansion, San Rafael Hospital is excited to announce the following addition to its radiology department.

Tomograph Aquilion Prime. With the arrival of this tomograph our patients will benefit from an advanced artificial intelligence software to reconstruct sharp and clear images, achieving high quality image results to obtain the best possible diagnosis. Incorporation of technologies developed with the purpose of reducing the dose exposed to the patient while maintaining the quality of the image. Workflow optimization, increasing the number of patients examined and reducing waiting times.

Advanced technology for heart care in Clinica Centenario.

Angiograph Alphenix Core.The new Angiograph will be used to obtain images of the vascular system in real time, diagnose and treat diseases of the blood vessels. This will allow us to offer better results given to the integration and optimization of the best technology for cardiology. This investment will improve the care we provide to our patients and that they continue to entrust us with the care of their health.

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