Hospital de Chitre to send non-urgent cases to polyclinic for care


Those who do not require immediate attention will be attended from 7:00 in the morning to 3:00 in the afternoon

The Social Security Fund (CSS) reported that as of Wednesday, May 2, 2018, all patients classified as “green”, according to the Triage system, who attend the emergency service of the Dr. Gustavo N. Collado hospital Ríos, in Chitré, province of Herrera, will be referred to the Dr. Roberto Ramírez De Diego polyclinic, where they will receive care.

This change will be from Monday to Friday, from 7:00 in the morning to 3:00 in the afternoon, since the patients classified as “green” correspond to non-urgent cases and can be seen in the outpatient clinic.

While users who come to the emergency room from 3:00 in the afternoon to 12:00 midnight, and are classified as “green”, they will be treated in the Orthopedics offices, located on the ground floor, next to Pharmacy , of this hospital of the CSS in Chitré.


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