Coahuila government entity that provides recognition and distribution to general hospitals of medicine, treatment materials and furniture
Saltillo. – Governor Miguel Ángel Riquelme Solis distributed medicines and supplies to the unit’s health sector, an event in which he reiterated his gratitude and appreciation to the medical personnel for their commitment, dedication and, above all, their extraordinary efforts. To meet public health challenges.
“Their institutional and exemplary work is essential to make Coahuila a national benchmark in terms of health, peace and tranquility,” he stressed.
This morning received two trucks to transport health supplies to the unit’s general hospitals and health units; In addition to a batch of 562,000 drugs, including antibiotics, antivirals, analgesics, anti-inflammatories, anesthetics, drugs for diabetes and hypertension, solutions and serums.
In addition to 4.5 million pieces of healing materials such as hypothermic needles, syringes, compresses, catheters, surgical and examination gloves, standard drippers, sutures, gauze, mouth coverings and antiseptics.
He pointed out that, since the health crisis, the entity has also faced an economic crisis, and it has tried to invest as much as possible in an area that is very important to the population, which is health. .
“Coahuila has developed because each region does what suits it; Neither security nor health is politicised,” he insisted.
Miguel Riquelme asked for the support of the health sector to continue working together until the end of his administration, so that the results remain good, and reiterated that he would be very attentive to continue improving the conditions in each hospital in the five regions. of the unit.
“Be assured that until the very last day of my administration, I will continue to work to strengthen this great health system so that it has the best possible conditions and fully fulfills its most noble and fundamental mission, which is to end disease.” to prevent, alleviate suffering and save lives.” thousands of lives, as they have done to date,” said Governor Miguel Riquelme.
Health Secretary Roberto Bernal Gómez noted that in the event medicine, treatment materials and furniture are distributed to strengthen the basic care infrastructure in the health units, mainly in all general hospitals.
He expressed that for this year, the challenge of consolidating the opening of all health services will allow the opening of new areas, such as the hemodynamic rooms for the general hospitals of Saltillo and Torreón.
In addition to increasing the number of free surgeries for Coahuilenses who are in a vulnerable condition.
“In the last three years, the demand for medicines and treatment materials has increased significantly in our general hospitals. The challenge to expand coverage and improve the quality of our services will always be there,” he stressed.
The event was also attended by federal representatives Jericho Abramo Masso and Jaime Bueno Zartuche; Blas Jose Flores Davila, Finance Secretary; Alberto Martínez Escamilla, representative of Section 86 of the National Union of Health Workers; Jorge Serrano Sandoval, director of Saltillo’s general hospital.