“We have started the process for the medical profession to reach the city of Rio Cuarto,” said Mayor Juan Manuel Lamosas, who received the dean of the aforementioned college, Rogelio Pizzi, in his office.
Strictly speaking, Llamosas and Pizzi signed an agreement under which undergraduate and postgraduate training will be conducted at the Center healthand dispensaries, S24 and Kowalk for maternity.
“Past years students have to complete their mandatory final practice and that’s why we need them to come and go to the health centers and infrastructure that the city of Fourth quarter “It is very important to develop this training,” Betzy commented.
For his part, Lamosas added: “Conducting medical training in the city will mean a qualitative leap for Rio Cuarto.”
Each year, 800 students studying medicine receive their degree.
The fourth dose begins in the city but with fits.
In an interview with Pontal, the Minister of Health, Marcelo Ferrario, said: “Today (yesterday) an agreement was signed so that medical students can carry out their mandatory final practices in the dispensaries, S24 and Kowalk Maternity.”
He added, “Health professionals from Rio Cuarto can undertake the various trainings and postgraduate training obtained by the National University of Córdoba’s Faculty of Medical Sciences, such as master’s degrees, diplomas, teaching positions, etc.”
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Later, Llamosas, Pizzi and Ferrario toured the health center. Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Isaac Perez Villarreal, was also present.
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