provincial deputy, Natalie Herrera (UCR) refuted the memorandum issued by the authorities St. John the Baptist Hospital, preventing the entry of those who are not part of the institution. The authorities took this step after pictures of the deteriorating condition of some parts of the hospital went viral. The memorandum warns the staff allowing entry of personnel from outside the hospital that brief action will be initiated.
“Prohibitions, threats, sanctions are the responses of San Juan Bautista Hospital authorities to the dissemination of images of the institution’s status. In order to respond to requests for reports or to manage improvements for the hospital, it chose to suppress those staff who allow access to people outside the institute”, the MLA questioned. Oppose,
Later, and admitting that she was one of those who most condemned the situation in the hospital, she said: “I would like to remind the directors of the hospital that as a representative of the people, as a legislator I have the obligation and the power to legislate, control, represent and monitor the actions of the Government and the compliance of public policies.”
In this context he wondered “what measures will be taken against the patients who condemn the poor condition of the hospital. Are you going to deny them medical care?”
“I am sorry that this unhelpful and unproductive attitude was adopted,” he said, adding: “It would be appropriate for the people in charge of the hospital to remember that I am on a fighting path that benefits all, primarily You as those people are responsible for an institution that is falling apart.
In the end, she said that the opposition “will continue in this fight until the hospital becomes a priority for this government” and that she will specifically request “the audience with the hospital director so that we can visit the facilities together.” and reach jointly.” a solution.” .