President Abinader calls all Dominicans without health insurance to enroll in SENASA


SANTO DOMINGO.-President Luis Abinader asked all Dominicans who do not have SENASA medical insurance to please go to an office of this insurance, “so that they can join, and we can meet the goal of two million new members to December.” The president made the call at the beginning of the Day of massive affiliation of two million Dominicans to the Subsidized Regime of the National Health Insurance (SENASA), in the Club Los Pioneros Villas Agrícolas sector, of the National District. Abinader was accompanied by the vice president Raquel Peña, coordinator of the Health Cabinet, and the members, Plutarco Arias, Minister of Public Health, and Santiago Hazim, executive director SENASA. The president said that he trusts that this insurance administration, between now and December, will achieve this objective, which will […]

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