Increase the prevention of communicable diseases, objective of the South Florida polyclinic

Florida, January 7.- The Concepción Agramonte Bouza community teaching polyclinic, in the municipality of Florida, began the 2024 work stage with renewed training actions to improve epidemiological confrontation and health prevention.

This was ratified by members of the Basic Working Group #2 in that Public Health institution, who were updated on the new protocols and guidelines to advance the eradication of communicable diseases such as syphilis, hepatitis and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Virus ( HIV), among others.

In Cuba, congenital syphilis remains controlled as a health problem, but incidence rates are observed in other groups, while hepatitis B and C continue to be a threat for people who do not receive timely diagnosis and treatment for these. evils.

According to the information released by the Department of Primary Care in the Municipal Health Directorate, the first training activity of this year at the South Florida Polyclinic materialized there from the synergy between managers and teachers of the second Basic Work Group in that entity, with the support of specialists from the Center of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Microbiology of the territory.

According to the source itself, the maximum objective is to improve disease prevention and medical care at the community level, based on the conviction that even in the face of the difficulties present in the sector, Florida does not stop.

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