The Authority for Reconstruction with Change (ARCC) places foundation stone that I-3 Health Center San Jose from the district of San José, Pacasmayo province, La Libertad region, a job in which an investment of 23.7 million soles will be made and will benefit more than 12,000 people who will have access to quality healthcare.
ARCC deputy director for Freedom, Priscila Ishikawa, in dialogue with the press, reported that construction site will be implemented by the District Municipality of San José over a period of approximately 300 days and the intervention is part of the Comprehensive Reconstruction Plan with Changes for La Libertad.
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“This plan aims to build infrastructure Three floors, which includes outpatient clinics, general and complementary services, emergency and emergency rooms, administrative services, dining rooms, bedrooms, among other environments. In addition, there will be furniture and equipment that will make it easier to get an ambulance,” he explained.
Priscila Ishikawa stated that this intervention is the first health center funded by the institution and is responsible for implementing entities in the region. “Previous health centers were affected by The El Nino phenomenon Coastal 2017. The walls are cracked, the roof is in poor condition and the paint is peeling off,” he said.
In addition, he points out that within the framework of the Government-to-Government Agreement with Britain, at La Libertad Cascas . Hospitaland also planned to rebuild 22 health facilities.
It should be noted that ceremony The groundbreaking of the I-3 San José Health Center was attended by the district’s mayor, Norbil Zamora, the director of the health institute, José Cabello, among other San Jose authorities.
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