With new services, CEM guides the population on the protocols for care

With new services, CEM guides the population on the protocols for care
With new services, CEM guides the population on the protocols for care

The Multiprofessional Specialty Center (CEM) will have news in its service this April. The space that offered the ultrasound service for women’s health, will now extend the service of this exam to other parts of the body such as joint, urinary tract, abdomen, prostate, pelvic, among others.

The novelty joins the range of services provided by CEM, which already had complementary services such as the Electrocardiogram and various specialties such as Angiologist, Cardiologist, Dermatologist, Endocrinologist, Speech Therapist, Gastroenterologist, Mastologist, Adult and Pediatric Neurologist, Psychiatrist and Child Psychologist, Dentistry, Ophthalmologist, Otorhinolaryngologist, Pediatrician, Proctologist, Rheumatologist and Urologist.

However, the population must be attentive, since the appointments, both for the first consultation and for complementary services, take place directly in the Basic Health Units (UBSs) of each neighborhood.

With strict protocols, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, calls are made taking all security measures. Thus, as there is a need for prior scheduling, CEM requests that the patient arrive at the location with only 10 minutes in advance of the scheduled time, avoiding crowds.

The Multiprofessional Specialty Center is located at Avenida Pereira Teixeira nº 324, in the Ibiapaba neighborhood. Information can be obtained by calling: (32) 3339-2087


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