In an intervention this morning at the Madeira Legislative Assembly, Socialist Party MP Alvio Jesus criticized the Madeira Regional Health Service (SESARAM) for its “lack of transparency and participation”, saying: “The population”.
MP also accused SESARAM of being “institutional, highly biased, oppressive and opaque” exemplified by the fact of “not responding in a timely manner” to users’ health problems, “long” queues, as well as providing “evil access”, which does not adequately cover the poorest People are the oldest and most dangerous.
Elvio Jesus adds that many of these most vulnerable people were excluded from the lists of the family doctor or nurse, a factor that has contributed to the difficulty of social health care delivery in providing preventive, integrated and continuing care.
The Socialist Party also criticized the SRS’s “unfair” service, evidenced by the lack of social and territorial cohesion in the provision of emergency services outside the municipality of Funchal, in the north of the island and in Porto Santo, as well as in the disparity in the provision of care at the Mental Health Forum, which is “significantly more expensive” more and less easy.
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