A complete contingency plan has prepared the Carlos Van Buren Hospital in Valparaíso, in the framework of the New Year's Party, days in which it is estimated the arrival of a One million tourists in the City Port.
About this, the main Hospital of the Valparaíso Health Network of San Antonio, has prepared a complete contingency plan, which involves reinforcements in lathes and available personnel.
Mauricio Cancino, deputy director of the health center of Buenos Aires, said that for these "one-day" celebrations "our Hospital is 100% prepared. We have established a contingency plan that will strengthen our Unit of Justice ; Childhood Emergency and the Emergency Adults Unit ".
"As well as our Critical Units, to pay attention to the great demand of the population in the great Valparaiso, both of the permanent population and of the thousands of tourists who visit us during these holidays of any year", has punctualized.
The importance of Van Buren
It should be noted that the Van Buren Hospital is the only public emergency health center that is located on the city level, which is most important when tourists and visitors are concentrated in this area of the city, so that the enclosure is in a privileged location when faced with possible emergencies.
"The population has to be calm because our hospital has specialized staff in all the fields, both doctors, nursing, as paramedical technicians to give timely attention to medical emergencies that are presented to the population. The Health Network will be 100% operational, both the Sapu, the High Resolution Department (SAR) and the Emergency Units of our Carlos Van Buren Hospital in Valparaíso, "the medical assistant's deputy director concluded.
Finally, from the Assistance Center they called on the population to promote self-esteem, with the responsibility of driving, shouting not to drink when driving, to take care of travel by public road to avoid accidents.
In addition to avoiding queries for minor situations, recommending to go to SAPO in this case, so that the Hospital can devote itself primarily to those who are seriously ill or with a life-threatening risk.