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HCM retoma atividades hoje

Área interna do Hospital.

Área interna do Hospital.

O atendimento médico-hospitalar no Hospital de Alta Complexidade Carlos Macieira será retomado na tarde desta sexta-feira (17), com a reativação de leitos de internação clínica, de UTI e de UCI.

Serão ativados nesta sexta-feira, 13 leitos de UTI adulto, cinco de UTI pediátrica, 12 de UCI, 36 de internação clínica, seis de hemodiálise e todo o serviço de apoio diagnostico, com exames de imagem e laboratoriais

Na próxima semana, deverão entrar em atividade mais 13 leitos de UTI, 12 de UCI e 50 leitos de clínica médica. Após essa ativação, a única ala que permanecera interditada será a do segundo andar onde estão instalados os outros 25 leitos de clinica medica, no bloco esquerdo do hospital.

“Toda a equipe da Secretaria de Estado da Saude, em conjunto com os profissionais do HCM, estão trabalhando de maneira ininterrupta”, declarou o secretário de Estado da Saúde, Ricardo Murad.


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