The Lucia Iniguez Landin surgical hospital of Holguin marked its 17 anniversary, on November 28, turned into one of the mainstays of medical care in the province with the implementation here of new health services.
After undergoing an intense building program of over 25 million Cuban pesos, the hospital has more than 360 beds and provides health care to patients from neighboring provinces in different medical specialties, such as kidney transplants.
Currently, the health facility is undergoing an investment program for the construction of intermediate therapy rooms, a transplant unit, a modern Department of Anatomical Pathology, an emergency unit and the Polytrauma Health Care Center.
The celebration included the recognition to the medical staff for the work carried out to fight the epidemiological situation faced by the increase in infectious diseases in the province, requiring more effort, discipline and perseverance by all.
Dr. Mirna Aguilera Bauza, general director of the hospital, said they have treated here a great number of patients from Holguin and other neighboring provinces, with special results in transplantology, stem cell implantation and the treatment with Heberprot-P, among other procedures.
He announced that the Eye Center will end this year with the highest number of surgeries performed since its inception, and the hospital will surpass the number of surgeries in the last decade. / Ahora.