Hospitales Ángeles, helmsman of Mexican hospital care since 1986. The hospital company, flagship of the Ángeles Business Group, has built a ecosystem of 28 hospitals, 2,570 beds, 15,000 doctors and 55 branches of specialties, in addition to having biomedical laboratories or pharmacies.
The history of the company dates back to the 1960s. In Latin America, the boom literary, young people wore Che t-shirts and all the radios were conquered by four boys from Liverpool who had exchanged rancheras for pop. In those years, Olegario Vázquez Raña joined the family business Almacenes Vázquez, was a director of Banco Bital, co-owner of Ómnibus México and founded the Bonafont bottling company.
John Lennon and Che Guevara had already died when Olegario Vázquez decided to become independent in the eighties from all the companies in which he had participated, and With the accumulated capital, he sealed the birth of Hospitales Ángeles with the acquisition of Hospital Humanawhich in 1998 would become the Ángeles Business Group, a giant with subsidiaries in tourism, communication and finance.
Hospitales Ángeles was born in 1986 by the businessman of Galician origin Olegario Vázquez Raña
In the 1990s, the group established eight more hospitals in Mexico City and six other cities across the country, including Querétaro and Guadalajara. After twenty years of existence, Grupo Ángeles accumulated twenty hospitals in more than twelve cities. With the arrival of the Great Recession, it slowed down the pace of its expansion, reaching the current 28 centers.
In recent years, the hospital group has resumed its expansion plans and has announced plans to build new hospitals in Centro Sur (Querétaro), Andares (Jalisco) and Arboledas (Mexico City). With the announcement of the new plan, Olegario Vázquez assured that the hospitals were “the jewel in the crown” of his conglomerate.
In the year 2000, the group diversified its services and acquired the Camino Real hotel chain, which now has 29 hotels in the country and fifty restaurants. Already in 2003, it acquired Grupo Imagen Telecomunicaciones, which has various radio stations in Mexico and the United States. Three years later, he bought the newspaper Excelsior and the group acquired the advertising company Primoris, while starting a national television network.
The group also has diagnostic centers, biomedical laboratories and pharmacies
That same 2006, the fourth leg of the company’s business emerged: the Grupo Financiero Multiva, to provide banking services and information regarding management and good investment performance.
Along the way, the company has also set up diagnostic centers to provide hemodialysis treatments to patients with chronic kidney failure; biomedical laboratories, specialized in diagnostic imaging; pharmacies, located in each of the hospitals; parking lots, restaurants and educational platforms.
Currently, Hospitales Ángeles continues to be owned by Olegario Vázquez Raña, who at 87 years of age has handed over the general management of the company to his son, Olegario Vázquez Aldir. the second generation It has been one of the main culprits in the development of the group’s subsidiaries, with special emphasis on the hotel branch. The company does not communicate billing information.