Mónica Gómez takes advantage of the reception for those attending the SENEP Pediatrics Neurology meeting
The Councilor for Health encourages pediatricians to join the staff of the Regional Hospital
At the official reception offered yesterday afternoon by the Benidorm City Council to the more than 400 attendees at the 44th meeting of the Spanish Society of Pediatric Neurology, which will take place in our city until Saturday, the Councilor for Health, Mónica Gómez, after thanking the dedication and dedication of the medical group to the Society, especially during the last two years, conveyed to the attendees the solidarity and applause of the city and the Benidorm City Council.
Gómez recognized the transcendental nature of the medical speciality of pediatric neurology and wished them that, in Benidorm, "in these three days they focus on science and professional encounters, without forgetting the possibility of leisure and fun".
Departing from the usual script of this type of event, the Councilor for Health of the Benidorm City Council, referred to the situation currently experienced by the Regional Hospital of the Marina Baixa in its Pediatrics service and encouraged "those present to join the staff". Mónica Gómez addressed the congressmen asking that “if any of those present can come, better today than tomorrow; We would be delighted to welcome you." She highlighted the characteristics of Benidorm and the region and the benefits of residing among us.
After her words, the president of SENEP, Ana Camacho, Dr Francisco Carratalá, president of the Organizing Committee and other professionals present commented on the situation with the members of the Municipal Corporation who attended the event.
The speciality of paediatrics, which had not had visibility in medical functions due to the lack of income in the centres due to the conditions of small patients, is proving to have a great impact due to the functions that they must carry out from the very beginning. pregnancy to young ages.
The local government of Benidorm will take to the plenary session on Monday, May 30, a motion by the spokespersons for the municipal group of the PP, Lourdes Caselles and Mónica Gómez, to urge and demand that the Ministry of Health "urgently solve" the situation of the Health Service. Paediatrics of the Marina Baixa Regional Hospital, a situation that they have called "serious".