Governor Raúl Jalil signed a cooperation agreement with the President of the National University of Catamarca (UNCA), Oscar Arellano, and the President of the National University of Tucumán (UNT), José Garcia, to establish and teach the medical profession in the province.
The parties committed themselves to defining the procedures necessary to establish, implement and dictate the medical profession at UNCA, with the support and advice of the UNT and the Government of Catamarca, so that UNCA can fully assume the leadership and dictate the profession. The government also assumes the obligation to implement measures to make available the regional network of health services to dictate the profession in accordance with the requirements of CONEAU that allow practices of subjects, professionals and holistic.
After signing the agreement, Jalil expressed that “the medical profession has been a longing since the time of the innovators of the University of Catamarca. Today we are closer thanks to the joint work with the National Confederation of Workers, the United Nations Confederation and the government that will contribute everything necessary to make this a reality.”
“Now, many people from Catamarca and Catamarca will be able to train as doctors in their province, especially those who did not have the opportunity or resources to study in another province,” he said.
José García, President of the National University of Tucuman, thanked the Governor for his request for the support of the National Confederation of Labor to implement the profession in Catamarca and emphasized that “starting a medical career in Catamarca means a great job in terms of budget, infrastructure and human resources to get to the implementation of the race. There is still an important way to adopt the race. , but I’m sure working together will come through.”
On the other hand, Oscar Arellano, President of UNCA, noted that “the medical profession was part of the dreams of the founders of our university and has continued over time with strong demand by an important part of the Catamarcan community.”
Scientific Development Center
Jalil signed an agreement with Arellano to create a regional center for productive scientific and technological development. The center aims to promote the scientific and technological progress of local industries through research and advisory activities aimed at developing the productive image of local industries.