Gomez stressed that the establishment of the medical school “is a big step for the province.”

The province’s Minister of Human Development, Dr. Aníbal Gómez, has hinted at the establishment of the medical school at Formosa Regional University, where medicine and nursing will be taught.

The announcement was made by Governor Gildo Insefran, at the Solidarity Organization “For Our People, Everything”, on Saturday, August 13, in the San Agustin neighborhood. From this standpoint, the official confirmed in statements to the Formosa news agency (AGENFOR) that this decision “is a great step for the province.”

He also argued that the new House of Studies in the interior of the province, “is another example of the federalism that is exercised in Formosa, at all levels, from education, health, culture, security and infrastructure works, such as roads and houses, etc.

He stressed that what would also mean that the city of Laguna Blanca from this “transforms” and “where our students, regardless of their status, will have access to” university education.

In turn, he pointed out that “the values ​​that will be dealt with in that place will be very different from moving to another governorate.”

On the other hand, the head of the health file analyzed that this also “comes to cover a need no less important than the shortage of medical professionals, a reality that exists in the province”; Above all, they are “committed to their people” doctors.

He stressed that it is “capable of providing and serving the most humble, essentially, which we want and want” from the provincial government, and finally, he expressed confidence to the agency: “This was a huge step for the province.

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