The largest hospital in Central America will offer a wide range of medical specialties

The Oscar Danilo Rosales Argüello School Hospital (HEODRA) will have 461 beds, 11 operating rooms and 5 expulsion rooms, as well as state-of-the-art equipment.

In this sense, the largest hospital in Central America will have equipment that will include resources such as a 3 Tesla magnetic resonator, a 128-slice tomograph, a monitoring center for intensive care, a cardio fetal heartbeat monitors, among other devices.

The structure is designed into three main building blocks, each composed of five levels.

Among the medical specialties that this hospital will offer are major surgery, plastic surgery, orthopedic surgery, gynecological-obstetric surgery, transplant surgeries, major outpatient surgery, cardiology, pediatrics, urology, ophthalmology, neurosurgery, oncology, pulmonology, and many more.

Apart from specialized medical services, the hospital will provide cardiology rehabilitation care, oncology/chemotherapy, nephrology unit, pain clinic, endoscopic services, outpatient consultation, emergency, hospitalization, obstetric unit, neonatology, clinical laboratory, pathology and morgue, and 11 operating rooms.

HEODRA’s infrastructure has exceptional quality standards, designed to withstand earthquakes.

With an investment of more than 106 million dollars, this large-scale medical center is intended to provide free medical care to all Nicaraguans.

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Since 2007, with the leadership of the Government headed by Daniel Ortega, Nicaragua has reinstated the right to Free Public Health, prioritizing quality and specialization in medical care.

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HEODRA, designed to serve more than 800,000 inhabitants and around 23 nearby municipalities, represents a significant milestone in the improvement of the health system in Nicaragua.