Unimed Blumenau Council approves study to resume hospital works | Pedro Machado

Unimed Blumenau’s Board of Directors unanimously approved a feasibility study for resume construction of the General Hospital of the cooperative, in the Vila Nova neighborhood. Now the proposal will be analyzed in a meeting of members, on a date to be set.

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Unimed Blumenau estimates an investment of up to R$ 30 million to resume hospital construction
The hospital in Blumenau that began to be built but stopped in time

Waiting for the approval of cooperative members, Unimed Blumenau has not yet released details of the study or a deadline for the restart of the works. In June, the column found that the cooperative estimated an investment of R$25 million to R$30 million just in the structure and that preliminary budgets pointed to another value, from R$50 million to R$60 million, to equip the unit.

The general hospital project was approved in 2007 by the members. The first stage was the inauguration, in November 2009, of the emergency care unit for low-complexity cases, in operation until today. The works on the hospital itself began as a result, but they were embargoed twice and they are stops since 2016.

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