CDI and hospitals in La Guaira received medicines and supplies

They delivered treatment for covid-19, equipment and medical supplies

Treatments against covid-19, equipment and medical supplies and medicines for chronic patients, received the 8 IDUs and three public hospitals of La Guair by the national and regional government, which reaches an amount of more than 450.000 million bolivars.

Of this provision to health centers, drugs such as Levofloxacin and Meropenem stand out, as well as supplies to maintain the elective surgery plan at the Rafael Medina Jiménez Hospital, peripheral of Pariata, said during the delivery the governor (E) of La Guaira, José Manuel Suarez,

"Our hospitals, CDI and ambulatory, are being provided monthly with the materials and medicines necessary for the care of the Guaireños, because the people will always be the priority," said Suárez. 

He reported that the Brisas de Maiquetía outpatient clinic, Urimare parish, was rehabilitated with the support of the municipal government, which benefits approximately 2.980 people who live in the 600 apartments that make up the urbanism.

This clinic will offer general medicine, pediatrics, ophthalmology, and dentistry services. "We are delivering a completely rehabilitated center, like new, in which we have enabled a medical residence for 12 doctors from the Barrio Adentro Mission"



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