The state government, through the Ministry of Health (Sesa), invested approximately R$ 86 million in works in Paraná municipalities in 2021. R$42.9 million were approved for 80 construction works, and R$40.6 million for 270 expansion and renovation in Basic Health units (UBS) and 3 million R$ for businesses in municipal hospitals.
In addition, in the past year, 99 works were completed, totaling nearly R$70 million in resources from the state government, of which 93 are construction and/or repairs at UBS and six are in hospitals.
“These investments are part of Governor Ratino Jr.’s proposal to regionalize health, which is to bring the service closer to people’s homes. We are working in partnership with municipalities to incrementally expand this service and prevent a citizen from traveling for hours to a health service. This planning has continued despite all The difficulties of the epidemic last year,” said Minister of Health Beto Prieto.
In 2022, 725 UBS businesses worth R$189.3 million will continue to operate; 44 in charitable hospitals, for a total of R$ 134.7 million; five emergency services, R$6.1 million; Project for the establishment of the Center for Control of Zoonoses in the amount of one million Brazilian riyals; And six reforms in hospitals, research centers, laboratories and regional health, with investments of more than R$ 4.7 million.
“We have several projects underway across Paraná, and most of them are already underway. Our mission is to provide more flexibility and transparency in these processes so that works are delivered in the shortest possible time,” said Sesa Works Sector Coordinator, Adilson Silva Lino.
projects – In the projects section, the file also indicated the new specialized medical clinics (AME), which will be implemented in Jacarizinho, Campo Morao, Cornelio Procopio and Paranava, with a total area of more than 16 thousand square meters.
“The implementation of AMEs is a great partnership between the state government and health associations to deliver more measures in a regional way,” Beto Brito explained.
Through the Paraná competitive program, eight large projects for clinics, special units, regional health units and hospitals are being developed, with a total area of about 40 thousand square meters, which will allow the construction of new hospitals, the installation of CT scanners, a master plan and complete renovations in several units.
For 2022, the department must also initiate four projects for new hospitals, research centers and laboratories.
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