La Inmaculada Hospital of Huércal-Overa (Almería) account from Monday with a new facility in its day hospital and in their living extractions after the refurbishment and expansion, which they involve an investment of more than 100.000 euros and will allow to expand the portfolio of services center.
Managing Director of the Andalusian Health Service (SAS), Francisca Antón, He has visited the Medical Day Hospital and center extractions room, together with the government delegate of the Board in Almería, Grace Fernandez and territorial delegate of Equality, Health and Social Policy, José María Martín and the managing director of Northern Almería Health Area, Eva Jimenez.
As he explained by the Board in a note, Anton stressed that “medical day hospitals, as now it enters service at the Hospital La Inmaculada, provide coordinated care, agile, outpatient, efficient and more accessible for those patients who require treatment administration under medical supervision, avoiding the traditional income and facilitating patient stays in the environment”.
The manager explained that SAS “remodeling Day Hospital facilities will allow expanding the service portfolio, so far only included management of some cancer treatments, avoiding travel to Torrecárdenas Hospital and bringing health care to the residents of the regions of Levante, Vélez and Almanzora”.
The area remodeled in the Hospital La Inmaculada occupies an area of more than 500 square meter, in which five consultations are distributed: three medical, one of outpatient pharmacy and other nursing. Also, It has four boxes for extractions, an area of Hematology chairs with five seats and another for administering treatments with nine posts. Facilities include an intake area, waiting room, staff area and warehouse. The adequacy represents an investment of 107,117 €.