A New Era for the Public Healthcare Sector

April 16, 2014
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Beaches, fishing, and sweet pastries filled with dulce de leche were the hallmarks of Mar del Plata in the past. But now, the city – located on the Atlantic coast, about 400 kilometers south of the Argentine megacity of Buenos Aires – has a new trademark: the Centro de Especialidades Médicas Ambulatorias (CEMA). CEMA opened in November 2012 and is a model project in the region and for the public healthcare sector in Argentina, a country of 40 million. CEMA is an institution with a modern design and organization, equipped with high-performance, state-of-the-art medical technology.

Beaches, fishing, and sweet pastries filled with dulce de leche were the hallmarks of Mar del Plata in the past. But now, the city – located on the Atlantic coast, about 400 kilometers south of the Argentine megacity of Buenos Aires – has a new trademark: the Centro de Especialidades Médicas Ambulatorias (CEMA). CEMA opened in November 2012 and is a model project in the region and for the public healthcare sector in Argentina, a country of 40 million. CEMA is an institution with a modern design and organization, equipped with high-performance, state-of-the-art medical technology. It is the new public healthcare center for the Municipality of General Pueyrredón, which encompasses the city of Mar del Plata and the surrounding area in a radius of more than 30 kilometers. According to Gustavo Pulti, Mayor of General Pueyrredón Municipality, CEMA adds quality services when it comes to the health response for everybody.

Watch the film on the new era that is dawning in Argentina’s public healthcare sector (http://sie.ag/1dJiAGE):

http://www.healthcare.siemens.com/news-and-events/siemens-healthcare-newsletter?stc=wwhcc800568