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“We have talked with the en­gi­neer and they told us to give them around five months, and we may able to fin­ish the first three storeys,” said De­los San­tos.

This would mean that by April at the ear­li­est, the new CCMC build­ing can start ac­com­mo­dat­ing pa­tients.

Ken­neth Si­asar, CCMC ad­min­is­tra­tor, for his part, said that they were hop­ing the De­part­ment of Health could is­sue an ac­cred­i­ta­tion so that they could start op­er­a­tions by April next year.

“But our old build­ing will re­main op­er­a­tional even if we are to start our ser­vices in the new build­ing,” said Si­asar.

The first floor of the new CCMC build­ing will be used as a park­ing space, laun­dry area, and to house the main­te­nance head­quar­ters and the sep­tage-treat­ment plant.

A ramp for ve­hi­cles con­nect­ing the ground floor to the sec­ond floor was al­ready con­structed.

The sec­ond floor of the new CCMC build­ing will house the ba­sic de­part­ments such as the emer­gency, pe­di­atrics, OB-GYN, in­ter­nal medicine, surgery, and iso­la­tion rooms.

“Third floor is the out-pa­tient de­part­ment and the dial­y­sis de­part­ment,” said De­los San­tos.

The new CCMC build­ing will have 10 floors, with its 5th and 10th floors in­tended to house pri­vate rooms and wards.

Each floor has an area of 3,500 square me­ters.

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