Doctors ask the new government to prioritize Primary Health Care in Dominican Republic


Two young doctors who work at different Primary Health Care levels called on the new Government to prioritize this health strategy and implement it in the country, as it is a national need. They are doctors Joel Juan Pablo Germán Ortiz, who works in a Primary Care center in San Francisco de Macorís, and Angel Enrique García, second-year resident of Family Medicine at the Francisco Moscoso Puello Hospital, in Santo Domingo. “As a young doctor of the first level of care, I have the hope and the certainty that the Government and its health authorities prioritize the first level of care and Primary Care,” said Germán Ortiz. In his opinion, from the covid-19 isolation center, and in the rural community in which he works, he has seen the needs that […]

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