Mérida, Yucatán, December 23, 2021.- A free donation signature is carried out by the Government of the State of Yucatán, of five properties that make up the unfinished project of the Regional Hospital of Ticul, located in this municipality in favor of the Mexican Institute of Social Security.
Before the notary public No. 28, Carlos Alberto Gamboa y Gamboa, this act of donation was carried out with the presence of Dr. Miriam Victoria Sánchez Castro, holder of the IMSS Yucatán, and the Legal Counsel of the Government of the State of Yucatán, Yussif Heredia Fritz.
Sánchez Castro stated that this formalization represents the growth of the infrastructure that will strengthen the Social Security patrimony, “as our general director, teacher Zoé Robledo, has already informed, this property will be rehabilitated and operated by the Institute to strengthen medical care for the Yucatecan entitlement ”.
After 10 years of the work being unfinished, the IMSS by reactivating this project will allow increasing the medical capacity for the population of southern Yucatan, since the hospital will have 72 beds and 14 medical and surgical specialties, Intensive Care Units, hospitalization, and operating rooms, among others.
All these services expand and reinforce the institutional infrastructure that impacts care for the beneficiaries. The IMSS is expected to finish building the Ticul Regional Hospital in 2023, which will provide medical care to almost 40 thousand beneficiaries.
The following were present: the head of the Medical Services Headquarters, Dr. Alonso Sansores Río, Geovani Medina Roca, head of Administrative Services, and Jesús González Pineda, Head of the Legal Services Headquarters.
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