Toni Pérez encourages them to persevere in training and praises the dedication of the group, thanking them for their dedication
Benidorm hosts a conference focused on Family Medicine and Primary Care
Benidorm hosts today and tomorrow the ninth Conference of Resident Physicians and the third Conference of Young Primary Care Physicians, in which a number of two hundred young professionals have gathered in this training initiative of SEMERGEN, the Spanish Society of Primary Care Physicians.
The mayor, Toni Pérez, welcomed the professionals and encouraged them to develop workshops with this in which their training is insurance for the patients they will attend, praising at all times "the dedication of the group, before, during and after the moment critic of the pandemic”, which benefits society. Pérez thanked them for their dedication and for having opted for "front line, trench medicine".
He pointed out that Benidorm is a friendly and hospitable city and that “in Benidorm, we love taking care of those who take care of people”.
He wished them interesting and productive days and encouraged them to also enjoy the city and its attractions.
Once again, the Minister of Health, Miguel Mínguez Pérez, has come to Benidorm for the opening ceremony, celebrating his return to the city and the hospitality that Benidorm exercises with the medical community. Mínguez has highlighted the Implementation Plan in the Valencian Community of the National Strategic Plan and has encouraged professionals to work on their training.
Previously, the president of SEMERGEN-CV, Dr. Inmaculada Cervera, presented the situation in the Valencian Community, and the vice president of SEMERGEN, Dr. Rafael Micó, recalled that the diagnosis of the situation in Spain has been made and that it would suffice to apply the decalogue that the Society presented at its 2021 congress and that it attends to all fronts of Family Medicine and Primary Care, drawing attention to the fact that Spain is, in this field, halfway through European projection.