Ternium builds the installations at Club Nova, a community hospital, with a capacity of 100 hospital beds, and ten more beds for Intensive care.
Facing the sanitary contingency, Ternium, as a community member, builds the facilities at Club Nova in San Nicolas de Los Garza, Nuevo Leon, a community hospital with a capacity of 100 hospitalization beds and ten more beds for Intensive Care.
This hospital, which will open in the second half of April, was built to take care of the community that surrounds the metropolitan area of Monterrey. The infrastructure and equipment investments go up to one million dollars, and its monthly cost of operations will be half a million dollars.
The hospitalization area, located on a 1,340 square meters surface, will be divided into four sectors fully illuminated and with air conditioning. Beds will have a two-meter free space between them.
The Intensive Care area is being adjusted in Nova’s cafeteria in a 218 square meters area.
The hospital will have all the necessary medical equipment to take care of the patients, such as ten mechanical ventilators, which will be used in the Intensive care area. Besides, it will have the required trained personnel such as doctors, intensive care physicians, nursing professionals, social workers, and receptionists.
Both the 100 beds area as well as the intensive care area, will have a central nursing space, equipment and material warehouse, and bathrooms. It will have an ambulance area to ease the entrance of incoming patients.
The hospital will have 64 nursing professionals and 18 doctors, while the Intensive Care area will have 20 nursing professionals and 16 doctors. This attention team will be available 24/7, with different shifts.
It is during this complicated scenario that Ternium, along with expert doctors and with the preventive measures and top-level care of Nova, makes its contribution and unites with the community during this contingency.
These actions represent the investment of almost 1 million dollars in infrastructure and equipment, with a monthly operations cost of half a million dollars.