The Pre-Hospital Unit (UPH) in the Western District, in Sorocaba, will once again serve all residents, adults and children, through emergency medical and dental consultations, starting next Wednesday afternoon (8), one day after The long vacation. The unit will operate 24 hours.
This measure was made possible by optimizing the epidemiological scenario in the city, while reducing the number of hospitalized patients, cases and deaths. This Saturday (4), the municipality of Sorocaba, through the Department of Health (SES), Received notification of 11 confirmed cases of Covid-19, 20 recovered and no deaths.
Reinforced by Mayor Rodrigo Manga, the Minister of Health, Dr. Vinicius Rodriguez, said: “Now is the time for health care to return to all cases and to expand working hours and units to better serve the population:
“We have carried out more than 100 vaccinations since January, thanks to the commitment of health workers and other departments, as well as the support of volunteers. With this, our city begins to experience a new reality in the face of the epidemic, making it possible to deactivate the Covid family and return health care services to the population, with Already planning a joint effort to rid waiting lists of check-ups, consultations and surgeries in Sorocaba.”
After becoming the center of Covid stabilization, UPH Zona Oeste has undergone a renovation to install a network of medicinal gases. In addition to this improvement left to the municipality and citizens, equipment such as respirators and stretchers will remain in the unit to serve the residents with more structure and quality. Re-opening will be possible after the Prius Institute begins managing the unit.
Finally, it is worth noting that the city, during the most difficult moment of the pandemic, expanded the city’s Covid beds by almost 300%, in addition to establishing five Covid stabilization centers and six monitoring units.
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