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TCL wins two CDBG-MIT proposals for hospital client in Puerto Rico

The two grant awards demonstrate a track record of successful grant writing performance


By the TCL staff


From L to R: Gloria Fernandez, President-TCL; Hon Pedro Pierluisi, Governor pf Puerro Rico; William Rodriguez, Secretary of the PRDOH; Lizmarie Calderon, Director of Finance-Hospital de la Concepcion, and Dr. Carlos Mellado, Secretary of Health.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The expert proposal preparation efforts by the Consulting Lead LLC resulted in two grant awards by the Puerto Rico Department of Housing to the Hospital de la Concepcion, the oldest health institution in the island.


Hospital de la Concepcion presented two competitive applications to the CDBG-MIT Healtcare Set-Aside program that resulted in the award of $8.9 million for Electric Power System improvements, and $878,955 for improvements to the Medical Gases System.


"Successfully preparing two grants for Hospital de la Concepción exemplifies our commitment to excellence and our expertise in navigating the complexities of grant management. This achievement underscores the dedication and hard work of our team at The Consulting Lead LLC, and we are proud to support our clients in securing the funding they need to continue their vital work." - Gloria Fernandez, President of The Consulting Lead LLC.


The proposals were selected in a competitive process under the Infrastructure Mitigation Program’s Health Care Strengthening Reserve (INFRA-HSA), along with other 38 projects out of 248 proposals were selected. The proposals received were evaluated based on the CDBG-MIT program’s requirements, the scope and community benefit, the progress of each project’s development, alignment with the program’s objectives, and the impact on addressing identified risk mitigation needs, among other aspects.


This two awards were the first competitive grants for Hospital de la Concepcion, a primary medical facility, acredited by the Joint Commission, and located in San German, Puerto Rico. This hospital operation has been active for the better part of 500 years.


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