The newspaper | Unimed buys a ceremonial area in Vitoria to expand the hospital
Three plots have been acquired round Unimed Hospital, in Leitão da Silva, together with the area the place the conventional Ceremonial Solar Das Palmeiras is situated
Unimed Vitória has acquired three plots of land round Unimed Hospital, often known as Cias, on Avenida Leitão da Silva. Among them is the area the place the conventional Ceremonial Solar Das Palmeiras is situated, which is even surrounded by a fence that accommodates details about the enlargement of the hospital heart. However, the work is simply due to be carried out from 2024 onwards, as A Gazeta columnist Abdo Filho has already revealed.
When the hospital was constructed, the cooperative had 250,000 clients. Today, round 400,000 persons are served, as Unimed Vitória’s market director, Gustavo Peixoto, defined. But aside from enlargement, there are different plans for the acquired land.
“The land round Cias was acquired, which incorporates the land for Solar. Cias truly stands for Integrated Health Complex, however primarily the hospital labored there. The maternity hospital works in one other place, the diagnostic-ambulatory sector works in one other place and the intention is, aside from the enlargement of the hospital, to transfer every little thing to these premises”, defined Peixoto.
He additionally specified that the motion on the work ought to begin quickly. But he careworn that some procedures associated to the initiatives, together with licensing, are nonetheless wanted.
The Report contacted Solar das Palmeiras by cellphone. An individual who didn’t determine himself confirmed solely that the place had been bought, however didn’t say who the purchaser was.
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