Sao Luiz launches expansion programme
This article was originally published in Clinica
Grupo Sao Luiz, the recently created Brazilian hospitals group, has announced a US$100 million expansion programme that promises to make it one of the largest groups of private hospitals in the country. The Sao Paulo-based group, whose Sao Luiz hospital is said to be already one of the largest and most important hospitals in Brazil, is to open new facilities in the city and in Rio de Janeiro.
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