From Monday (25), from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m., teams from the Municipal Health Administration (CSMA) will register users of the Unified Health System (SUS) in ten units of the network, in Bethlehem. Work begins in the district of Tapanã, at the Family Health Unit (USF) Tapanã 1.
In the first week, from 25 to 29 April, registration will also take place in the Parque Amazônia I, Malvinas, Tenoné II and Águas Lindas II units. In the second week, which runs from May 2-6, users of the following units: Riacho Doce, Mangueirão, Galo II, Paracuri II and Souza will be registered.
User registration, which the city council started last year, is necessary to ensure residents have access to services such as counseling, multidisciplinary care, vaccination, antenatal care, diabetes, hypertension, tuberculosis and leprosy, among others, offered at the Basic Health Units (UBS) and USF in Bethlehem. until now Bethlehem Already 440 thousand people have registered. The goal is to reach 650,000 registrations.
work log Bethlehem Part of the network software Bethlehem Health in Communities, which provides prevention and basic health care services in the capital as well as in the regions. With the registration, the population data of the SUS will be updated, facilitating and speeding up care and access to basic health services in the municipality.
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