The construction process that is taking place in the Hospital is financed with more than four million pesos

The completion of a medical oxygen plant at the Ernesto Guevara de la Serna General Hospital, a long-standing demand that will provide the medical facility with better services, especially in the intensive care ward, is progressing to the satisfaction of the population of Las Tunas.

Las Tunas, Cuba - Yonersis Álvarez Otaño, administrator of the health care center, informed the local radio station that the work, started last year, would offer a total guarantee to take the product directly to the hospital services that demand it and to achieve the final purpose that is the complete and stable attention to each patient.

The administrative officer emphasized that only a few details that are currently being executed in its electrical system remain to be completed before it can be put into operation. She assured me that they are working with commitment and ensuring the proper completion of the work that was so longed for during the worst moments of the COVID-19 pandemic.

He also pointed out that to provide the plant with all the security it is necessary to make several adjustments in the entity, such as redistributing the parking area for bicycles and electric motorcycles, another of the investments that are being made in the Guevara hospital for the use of the workers and other personnel.

The construction process that is taking place in the largest facility of its kind in the province is financed with more than four million pesos and seeks to optimize the building and contribute to the quality of services. It also includes the capital repair of the pathology anatomy and pathology rooms, which is already 65 percent completed.

To date, the Guevara Hospital has also been restoring the roofs of the delivery and operating rooms, the food storage room, and the Guard Corps. The actions are also aimed at improving conditions for the medical staff that defends each branch of medicine in the territory.

At the same time, at the Mártires de Las Tunas Pediatric Hospital, restoration work is being carried out in several areas and rigorous work is being done to prepare the part that will house the maternity ward, one of the most urgent demands to achieve better results in the Maternal and Infant Care Program.