| The spaces will be adapted to provide better care and serve patients in these offices in the safest way | The offices of the French Quarter and El Esparragal will open their doors in the coming days for pediatric care.
Once the phases of de-escalation have begun, these medical centers will gradually return to restart their activity adapted to new circumstances.
As users call the appropriate office to make an appointment, they will be told where to go and the relevant instructions. The French Quarter office will host all pediatric consultations and their corresponding forecasts.
3 pediatricians and 2 nurses will be transferred from the Puerto Lumbreras health center.
"What is called a pediatric ring will be established to provide better care and to be able to transfer the entire child population to this office, now that circumstances allow.
In all centers there will be an area for respiratory patients differentiated from patients with other types pathologies ", highlights the mayor; María Ángeles Tunisia.
And he adds that "in order to make this differentiation by the City Council, the spaces are going to be conditioned to cover this new reality,because the coronavirus has not disappeared and we have to continue putting all the means at our disposal to avoid contagion " In the Esparragal's office, the spaces will also be adapted by making small reforms to also separate respiratory and non-respiratory patients.
"They are a series of actions that are carried out to benefit the entire population.
The good coordination, collaboration and responsible action of all people from Lumbrera has made Puerto Lumbreras one of the municipalities with the least incidence in the Region of Murcia by COVID However, we must continue to act with the same or greater responsibility and prudence and not take a step back, "says María Ángeles Tunisia. The French Quarter office cares for approximately 3,000 patients, and the Esparragal office around 1800.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Puerto Lumbreras