Monday, January 30, 2023

Health begins distribution of 52 new ambulances across the province

The Minister of Health of Buenos Aires, Nicolás Kreplák, presented today to the interim mayor of Punta Indio, Leonardo Angueira, a new ambulance, which is part of 52 vehicles sent by the nation to the provincial state within the framework of health system reconstruction. plan.

The officers were accompanied by Chief of Staff Salvador Giorgi and General Administrator of Highways Hernán y Zurieta, on leave at the local mayor’s office.

The fleet of 52 ambulances received at the end of 2022 and which has begun to be distributed in the interior of Buenos Aires joins the more than 100 distributed by the province in 2021: 60 intensive care units acquired and 24 ambulances recovered were done, which were abandoned by the previous management.

“Investing in health does not stop. In this specific case, an ambulance for this district, for this town whose distance is very long as the whole province is not the same. This ambulance comes with the help of the country’s Ministry of Health, which adds to those that we have already bought from the provincial state, thanks to the commitment of the governor and that we will continue to include”, explained Kreplak in Buenos Aires to Veronica’s Ayers city, partido from Indian Point.

And he added: “We still have many challenges, one of them is the new hospital that is being built more in the center of Punta Indio, which hindered its construction during the previous administration, but now we are ready to finish it.” working for,” he concluded.

For his part, Anguera stressed that “this ambulance comes not only to increase the vehicle fleet but also to meet the need to strengthen our health system for logistics of transportation, emergencies and day-to-day health management.” We are very grateful to the ministry and hope that they will be able to visit us again soon to inaugurate our new hospital.

Meanwhile, Y Zurieta explained that “It was a very important requirement that we got from the district. It’s a huge answer. It gives us a lot of peace of mind, here there is a lot of distance between our cities”.

During the trip, Kreplak and Giorgi, accompanied by local officials, visited the construction site of the new Veronica municipal hospital in Punta Indio, which is vital to the public health of the entire party and would not allow residents to travel to attend.

The 52 new ambulances to be delivered include 32 transfer vehicles, 10 critical care and 10 4×4 ambulances, which are specific vehicles for certain areas that require this technology due to the type of roads.

The transfer ambulance delivered in Punta Indio requires an estimated investment of more than 12 million pesos and is equipped with tables, ultra-light and central pressure gauges, tensiometers, stethoscopes, fluimeters, tool kits and first aid, ultra-light 415 Also equipped with a stretcher. Tube LT and central oxygen tube.

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