Upgrade of 225 Beds Across Different Hospital Wards at HUC



The University Hospital Complex (HUC) in the Canary Islands, Tenerife, has invested 488,992 euros, including IGIC, to procure 225 beds across various hospitalisation areas. This first phase is part of a larger provision to replace a total of 444 beds, with the remaining 219 units expected to be delivered later this year, as announced by the Ministry of Health of the Canary Islands Government on Monday.

The newly acquired 225 beds are now situated in hospitalisation units on floors 2, 4 and 8, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit, Pediatrics, as well as the Delivery Room, Operating Room Recovery, and Emergency Room.

Additionally, 40 stretchers costing 131,157 euros, including IGIC, are set to arrive soon, as per the Ministry.

This refurbishment project is part of the supply and installation of clinical beds and stretchers for Canarian Health Service (SCS) centres, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) at 85%, within the FEDER Canarias Operational Programme 2021-2027.

Furthermore, 19 companion chairs have been purchased to provide enhanced comfort for family members, along with 12 new stretchers, each equipped with various safety features and hydraulic systems.

The investment in these chairs and stretchers amounts to 13,448 and 31,800 euros respectively.

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