The conversation, by videoconference, took place on the 12th, in which, in order to “prove a point”, Nelson Brito, deputy of the Socialist Party elected by the region, also participated, stressing the victory of da Planisi José Gonçalves, of the movement.
The Socialist Parliamentary Group ensured that “the proposal to convert Sirpa Hospital into the National Health Service (SNS) is on the table. As for the emergency service, MP Nelson Prieto raised some limitations, although he expressed his support, namely the overburdening of the local health unit In Baixo Alentejo (ULSBA) upon receiving this responsibility”, Jose Gonçalves revealed, making the conversation balanced.
Jose Gonçalves also provided “information that has arrived that the meeting with the Parliamentary Health Committee will be until the end of this month.” Indeed “the movement confirmed, to PS, that the basic emergency service of the Hospital de São Paulo is one of the oldest, which was initially in the SNS and that it is time to return to it”.
The movement also took the opportunity “to remember that with the Minister of Health strengthening SNS services with doctors, this is the perfect time to solve the Serpa hospital problem, ensuring public emergency service, with 24-hour work and with enough professionals, because that’s all the residents want.” boycott.”
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