Summer set for the end of the socio-North Hospital

Posted by ninjagrr
Nov 30 2009

The President of the Tenerife Cabildo, Ricardo Melchior, recently visited the hospital complex and socio-North, a facility being built in Buen Paso area in the town of Icod de los Vinos. The president’s visit was aimed island, according to report from the Corporation island through a press release, see first hand the “advanced status” which is the construction of the future socio-district hospital, “which be completed by summer. During the call, in which the adviser also attended Welfare Island, Cristina Valido, and the Mayor of the City of Drago, Diego Afonso, as well as the architects responsible for the work, Melchior I note the good progress. In that sense, the Cabildo and the socio report that the complex, which had 250 long-stay beds and 30 day care has almost been completed, failing to complete the auction within the building, give it the necessary equipment and end of the urbanization of the area. Allocation of district facilities Buen Paso occupy an area of 26,000 square meters and is divided into three specific areas and a center for specialized care. The first of these modules is called the internment, including 250 continuing care beds and also houses space for users, technicians, administration and information and support. It provides 50 seats on average stay with a very similar distribution and a retirement home that can accommodate a hundred people. The second area is the outpatient care, which includes a hospital, day center equipped with 30 seats. Will also have a rehabilitation unit with common areas and areas reserved for kinesitherapy, electrotherapy and individualized treatments, among other resources. Also, there will be occupational therapy units, post-discharge follow-up house and a cabinet of attention and monitoring. The third area is intended to support technical assistance-including pharmacy, radiology and sterilization. Moreover, this part of the enclosure will also house a library, auditorium, administration, computer, filing, office, kitchen, clubhouse, laundry and storage. Finally, among other equipment, the specialty care center with maternity wards and media count for oncology treatment, besides a major ambulatory surgery unit and an area set aside for consultation of Traumatology, psychiatry, general surgery, ophthalmology, obstetrics and gynecology , cardiology, dermatology, rehabilitation, psychology and mental health nursing. This part of the infrastructure will also have a set of examinations and treatment rooms, such as plasters, eye care or gynecology.

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