O Hospital Municipal Santo Antnio de Crystals, in the south of Minas, has become a reference in the care of patients under treatment against COVID-19. The city has almost 13 thousand inhabitants and has gained 10 beds to attend cases of nursery.
According to the city hall, the accreditation was approved by the State Health Secretariat of Minas Gerais with the resolution CIB-SUS / MG Nº 3,363 of March 26, 2021. 10 beds were made available to attend to cases of infirmary COVID-19 da region.
“In addition to nine infirmary beds at COVID, 10 COVID beds were also made available for palliative cases. We have three respirators, an emergency room in the emergency room and a specific emergency room for assistance COVID-19”, Says the city hall.
Sade’s secretary, Joo Lcio Pinheiro de Carvalho, explains that the hospital had been blocked, since the end of 2019, by the State Sanitary Vigilance, and after many investments in infrastructure, the unit became a reference.
“For safety reasons, sanitary measures were taken to avoid possible contamination and transmission of the virus. New safety rules have been reestablished to protect our patients, servers and the provision of PPE ”, he informs.
According to the secretary, the unit has already invested R $ 100 thousand in the purchase of medicines. “We are tirelessly looking for medicines in the market, strengthening our stocks so that there is no shortage of medicines, supplies and protective equipment”, he adds.
The city hall also says that it intends to expand the beds to meet the demand, and the Physiotherapy Center, attached to the hospital, is under construction. “We are working day and night so that there is no lack of assistance, safety and food for patients and their companions. We are happy to collaborate not only with our municipality, but with the entire region at this time so difficult and demonstrate our ability and preparedness to be able to offer a dignified and quality service to the entire population ”, he points out.
Crystals add up to 559 positive cases of the new coronavirus, with 15 deaths due to the disease.
Or what or coronavrus
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