20:26 | Apurimac, Aug. 3.
By the end of 2023, Peru will have 276 Community Mental Health Centers (CSMCs), and by 2024, there will be 307 new and strengthened centers across the country for more than 16 million Peruvians in need of timely care and treatment. Minister of Health Cesar Vasquez in Apurimac.
“Health is integral and goes far beyond the physical. Mental health and mental health is another of the major effects the pandemic has left us with.. That’s why, By 2024, we will have 307 community mental health centers operating across Peru with 177 million salts available.”Minister Vasquez said.
All this in accordance with what was announced by the President of the Republic, Dina Boluarte Zegarra, in her Message to the Nation on the occasion of national holidays.
TeaThe head of health today inaugurated in Apurimac the Señor de Animas de Chaluanca Community Mental Health Center, located in the province of Aimaraes.. This is the first specialized institution of this category, which This will benefit more than 55,000 people across the region.
At Chaluanca Square in front of doctors and residents The Minister of Health announced that S/3,108,009 has been transferred to the Apurimac Regional Health Authority (Diresa) to strengthen mental health services throughout the region. of which SGD 1,446,432 was allocated to the province of Aimaraes to establish the Señor de Ánimas de Chalhuanca Community Mental Health Center and a shelter for people with mental disorders.
Both specialized institutions will serve residents of the provinces of Aimaraes, Antabamba and Grau with family medicine, psychology, psychiatry, nursing, language therapy, social work and pharmacy services, as well as community services for people in difficult situations and in situations of family vulnerability.
The new CSMC employs 31 health professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists and nurses. In addition, its state-of-the-art equipment and technological resources will enable it to connect with other institutions nationwide and join the telemedicine and telehealth network.
The above services have been added to seven other CSMCs located in Abancay, Curauasi, Chaluhuacho, Chincheros, Talavera, San Jeronimo and at the José Maria Arguedas University; in addition to the Chincheros Mental Health and Addictions Hospital Unit, three other guarded houses, and the Child Abuse Care (Mamis) Unit of the Guillermo Díaz de la Vega Regional Hospital.
Minister Vasquez also announced that in order to improve the functioning of Chaluanca Emergency Hospital, a budget will be provided for the recruitment of 146 health workers; just like him legal physical sanitation of the land And technical file preparationthrough the National Health Investment Program (Pronis), for the construction of new infrastructure.
“Thus, we are fulfilling the order of the President of the Republic: to seek care for those most in need, providing them with timely medical care, with good treatment, with high quality. This is the most democratic and humane act that politicians are capable of,” he stressed.
Except, adopted a resolution on the establishment of health posts in the districts of Pocoanca and Lucre.. In the Kotaruse district, two outpatient care modules were also implemented, the same ones with a general office, a gynecological office, a pharmacy, a laboratory and observation rooms.
seven more ambulances
To Apurimac almost three million soles will be allocated for the purchase of seven ambulances for the hospitals of Chincheros, Andahuaylas Subregion and Guillermo Diaz de la Vega; as well as the Progreso Medical Centers at Grau, the Metropolitan, Antabamba and the Champaccocha Medical Center.
Back in the Andes:
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