A new patient experience

A new state-of-the-art hospital building, designed with a patient-centered approach in mind, driven by digital integration of data. Patients will experience new processes that are supported by technology, taking safety to a whole new level. Medical care will evolve.

A hospital transition project that is one-of-a-kind

The number of new structures and processes that need to be implemented upon opening — all of which require new people skills, willingness to embrace the changes and the agility to quickly adapt to them — all at the same time, make this transition complex and unique.

State-of-the-art Building

Three patient floors, 2 parking floors, 6 cutting edge operating rooms, 300 patient-rooms, and countless sustainability standards complied. Smart architecture creates smooth logistical patient-flows. Our medical staff has the flexibility to organize patient-centered work flows.

Going Digital

The Curaçao Medical Center will be a fully digitalized environment. Software such as HiX, AFAS, and others will replace paperwork and improve human processes. Our people will be trained extensively to be ready for the new environment. To ensure patient-centered care.

FIRST IMPRESSION: Melvyn Vornis, an insurance consultant, was in awe of the quality of the medical equipment in CMC.

Hospital Nobo Otrobanda

“What really caught my attention was that everything was new…They really paid attention to everything that can happen to people’s health from the moment they set foot in the hospital to the moment they leave.

FIRST IMPRESSION: Frank Hermans, retiree, is thoroughly impressed with the efficiency of the Curaçao Medical Center. 

Hospital Nobo Otrobanda

“…this will really be a boost for Curaçao. They really took efficiency into account and established where everything needs to be, how everything needs to be…it’s fantastic.”

HAPpy Physicians

Manning a HAP in the Curaçao Medical Center is a hot topic these days. We could not have picked a better moment to host a Healthy Hour with Curaçao’s general practitioners….

What is the difference between HNO and CMC?

Hospital Nobo Otrobanda is the entity responsible for the management, training of the current St. Elisabeth Hospital professionals, recruitment, planning, transition and….

The Number 1 Thing We Need to Do When Moving to CMC

No stone is being left unturned while preparing for the move in the final quarter of 2019. Marco Jacobson, our Moving Manager shared several preliminary thoughts….

“I’m glad and also grateful to be here. I learned new things I didn’t know. I will continue to carve out time out of my schedule to do this. We’re all glad the training programs started.”

SEHOS participant after the first training in House of Change

“Each patient will have a digital file, accessible to all involved in their care.”

Rengel Martina, HNO Application Manager of HiX

“We stand for a medical care sector that puts all efforts together to continue working with the best interest of the patients in mind – with special emphasis on together. “

Gilbert Martina, Director of HNO-TE

“Every citizen of our Dushi Curaçao will take part in the change process that comes with the new vision of care.”

Manfred van Veghel, Program Manager HNO-TE

“This will be the most beautiful hospital in the Dutch Kingdom.”

Arnoud Boesten, Medical Director of Erasmus Medical Center during a construction tour of the hospital

“We are working with passion and determination to make a Curaçao dream come through. Despite the complexity of such a project, I am excited for the moment we can say: Curaçao, here is your main medical center, take good care of it!”

Clifton Wallé, Senior Advisor Strategic Communication to HNO

Contact Us

HNO Transitie en Exploitatie N.V. House of Change

 

+599 9 465 7346

 

Colon Shopping Center, Units G001-G011

 

info@cmc.cw