Costa Rican Department of Social Security

The Costa Rican Department of Social Security (Caja Costarricense del Seguro Social) (CCSS) is a social security institution in Costa Rica. It plays an important tole in healthcare in Costa Rica and runs many of the hospitals.

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Hospitals and clinics

Hospitals and clinics under CCSS administration:

Alajuela

  • Hospital San Rafael de Alajuela
  • Hospital Carlos Luis Valverde Vega (San Ramón)

Cartago

  • Hospital Max Peralta

Guanacaste

  • Hospital La Anexión

Heredia

  • Hospital San Vicente de Paúl (Heredia)

Limón

  • Hospital Tony Facio

Puntarenas

  • Hospital de Golfito
  • Hospital Monseñor Víctor Manuel Sanabria
  • Clínica de Miramar
  • Hospital de Ciudad Nelly
  • Hospital de San Vito

San José

  • Hospital Nacional de Niños Carlos Sáenz Herrera, in the city centre
  • Hospital San Juan de Dios, in the city centre
  • Hospital Mexico, west of San José
  • Hospital Rafael Ángel Calderón Guardia, in El Carmen district
  • Hospital de la Mujer (Antigua Maternidad Adolfo Carit), in San Sebastián district
  • Clínica Doctor Carlos Durán Cartín, in Zapote District.
  • Clínica Doctor Ricardo Moreno Cañas
  • Clínica Marcial Fallas, in Desamparados canton
  • Clínica Doctor Solón Núñez
  • Hospital Dr. Fernando Escalante Pradilla, in Pérez Zeledón

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