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Hemodialysis at the General Hospital of Cuanza Sul will be able to operate before the inauguration, which is limited by the lack of water

The hemodialysis area at the Cuanza Sul General Hospital may come into operation before the inauguration of the aforementioned hospital unit, whose start-up is conditioned by the lack of water. The information was provided by the Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, as part of a visit she carried out, last Friday, to the future hospital infrastructure.


The hemodialysis area has independent access, allowing this service to begin operating before the official opening of the hospital.

"The Minister of Health, Sílvia Lutucuta, informed this Friday, March 1st, that the hemodialysis area of the future Cuanza Sul General Hospital will be able to operate before its inauguration, scheduled for the next few months, as it will have independent access", explains the Ministry of Health, in a statement, to which VerAngola had access.

According to the statement, at the time, the head of the Health portfolio "was satisfied with the progress" of the project.

The minister announced that the future hospital unit is "practically" completed.

"The hospital is practically completed. They are in the stage of installing equipment, almost all of which are already here on site and the most sensitive ones are well packaged," she said.

However, Sílvia Lutucuta reported that the hospital's start-up is hampered by the lack of water. Quoted by Angop, the minister explained that the lack of water in the future hospital forced the postponement, once again, of the inauguration, which was forecast for the first three months of this year, having also added that this situation is being evaluated with the Ministry of Energy and Water and the government of Cuanza Sul, given that the point to collect water is approximately 12 kilometers from the hospital unit.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Health, the future hospital will have a capacity for 200 beds, as well as "conditions to provide highly complex medical and surgical services".

In addition to the Cuanza Sul General Hospital, the minister, during her visit to that province, also visited the Quibaúla Health Center and "noted the level of execution of the works on the future Municipal Hospital of Porto Amboim, which is being built with capacity for 90 beds and will have maternity services, external consultation, pediatrics, laboratory, X-ray, among others", the guardianship also informs.


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