The Clinica Biblica Hospital inaugurated this November 5 its new facilities in the area of Santa Ana, San José, Costa Rica.
The new building involves 7,000 square meters of the hospital building and 8,000 square meters of the parking lot tower, this is the second location the private medical center opens, but it has plans to open two other facilities, one in Heredia and another in Tres Rios within the next three to seven years.
The facilities in Santa Ana include 27 new doctors’ offices, two outpatient surgery rooms, pharmacy, laboratory, eight specialized clinics, restaurants, helipad, and emergency service.

“We are very happy to have a new medical center were families can receive first class attention according to their need and with the use of state of the art technology, the best specialists and even closer to their homes” commented Wendy Zumbado, Manager of the Clinica Biblica Hospital in Santa Ana.
The existing building of the Clínica Bíblica in downtown San José, is the first hospital in Latin America that complies with the Verification process and the Carbon Neutral Declaratory of its carbon footprint based on international standards (ISO 14064-1 and ISO 14064-3) and on a national level with the standard INTE 12-01-06:2011/Cor.2: 2013. given out by the Carbon Neutral Unit of Earth University.
This is the third private hospital in the west side of San Jose, Cima Hospital has been operating since 1994 and Lindora Medical Center opened its doors back in 2016 and was recently acquired by the