Tulum, Q.R. – Tulum has been given the green light and much-needed funding to build their own community hospital.
Within the next few days, Quintana Roo Governor, Roberto Angulo, will lay the first stone at the base of where the new community hospital will stand. The new hospital has been granted 95 million peso to construct a much-needed medical facility in the municipality.
John Paul William, head of the Ministry of Finance and Planning, said the governor has completed all the necessary steps to begin the legal proceedings so that in the coming days, they will be able to lay the stone foundation for the hospital for the residents of Tulum.
Paul William said that the municipality of Tulum is in need of a community hospital to serve the large number of rural communities that also need proper health services. He says that this new hospital will help meet those demands of growth over the next 15 years.
“Governor Roberto Borge promised to do this, and in the coming weeks, ensure the start of this great work.”
The new community hospital will be about 3,000 square meters. There was no set date for completion.