Licensed beds: 73
ICU beds: 12
Hospital CIMA Chihuahua
Hospital CIMA Chihuahua, located in the capital city of the state of Chihuahua, Mexico with a population of 3.5 million, was designed, constructed and operated by IHC. The hospital was an 85-bed acute-care facility, (73 medical and surgical beds; 6 ICU beds; 6 NICU beds) which had grown to operate at or near capacity while under IHC management. With two medical office buildings, this facility was home to one of the largest groups of organized physicians in northern Mexico.
Hospital CIMA Chihuahua provided a full range of diagnostic, emergency, medical and surgical services. The 24-hour emergency room had a state-of-the-art trauma area and operating room. With a total of five surgical suites service, the Hospital had both inpatient and outpatient surgery capabilities. Ancillary departments provided diagnostic and treatment modalities with state-of-the-art imaging technology.
CIMA Chihuahua was accredited by Joint Commission international in 2009, as were all CIMA hospitals in Mexico. In addition to recognition as the highest quality hospital in the region, Hospital CIMA Chihuahua served as one of the primary teaching facilities for medical schools from the Universities of Chihuahua, Guadalajara and Oaxaca.
As a start-up greenfield project, the facility reached breakeven in 30 months and the hospital grew to US $32MM dollars in revenue, 24,000 adjusted patient days and 4,100 annual surgeries before its divestiture. The hospital was expanded two times while under the management of IHC to accommodate growth before its divestiture.