• IHC is Founded

    International Hospital Corporation, a Texas company, is founded in 1991.

  • First Hospital – CIMA Hermosillo, Mexico

    CIMA opens its first hospital in Hermosillo, capital of the state of Sonora, Mexico.

  • CIMA Puebla

    IHC breaks ground in Puebla, Mexico for the construction of a full acute care hospital.

  • CIMA Chihuahua

    CIMA Chihuahua, Mexico opens its doors.

  • CIMA San José, Costa Rica

    IHC opens its first hospital in San José, the capital of Costa Rica.

  • IHC Acquires 2 Hospitals in Brazil

    VITA Curitiba


    VITA Volta Redonda, Rio de Janeiro

  • IHC Acquires CIMA Monterrey, Mexico

  • IHC Acquires VITA Batel, Brazil

    VITA Batel, Curitiba – capital of the state of Paraná in south Brazil.

  • IHC Opens CIMA Guanacaste, Costa Rica

    CIMA Guanacaste, northern region of Costa Rica.  An expandable six-bed hospital equipped with cutting-edge medical equipment, laboratory, pharmacy, radiology  and a 24-hour emergency room.

  • IHC Divests Mexican Hospitals

    CIMA Chihuahua

    CIMA Hermosillo

    CIMA Monterrey

  • IHC Sells CIMA Puebla

    IHC sells CIMA Puebla and completely divests from the Mexican market.

  • IHC Exits Brazil and Closes CIMA Guanacaste
  • Strategic Growth Plan

Hospital CIMA Guanacaste
Guanacaste, Costa Rica

This project was located in the northwestern region of Costa Rica, 6.5 miles from Liberia International Airport.

Hospital CIMA Hermosillo
Sonora, Mexico

This hospital provided a full range of diagnostic, emergency, medical and surgical services. The 24-hour Emergency Room had a technologically advanced trauma area and operating room with a total of five surgical suites.

Hospital CIMA Chihuahua
Chihuahua, Mexico

With two medical office buildings this facility was one of the largest groups of organized physicians in northern Mexico.

Hospital CIMA Monterrey
Nuevo León, Mexico

Hospital CIMA Monterrey provided a full range of diagnostic, emergency medical and surgical services. It had a total of three operating rooms, two delivery rooms and a combined labor-delivery-recovery room.

Hospital CIMA Puebla
Puebla, Mexico

Hospital CIMA Puebla was designed to open with 54 (inpatient; 4 ICU; 4 Pediatric and Neo-Natal ICU) beds and a shelled-in space for up to 100 total beds

Hospital VITA Curitiba
Curitiba, BRazil

Hospital VITA Curitiba is a 132-bed acute-care hospital (140 licensed beds). The hospital offers a full range of medical services and is located in one of the nation’s most dynamic and fastest growing cities.

Hospital VITA Batel
Curitiba, Brazil

Hospital VITA Batel is a 90-bed acute-care hospital located in the most prestigious area of downtown Curitiba, the capital of the state of Paraná in Brazil.

Hospital VITA Volta Redonda
Volta Redonda, Brazil

The hospital had approximately 350 physicians with admitting privileges on its medical staff. Since acquisition, the hospital migrated to a high acuity hospital with 26 intensive care beds and 7 operating rooms.