The municipality of Poços de Caldas, through the Municipal Health Department, reported on Saturday, 9, that it had taken all measures to transfer the patient Emily, who was hospitalized in Santa Casa de Poços de Caldas with serious burns. Municipal and state health teams are looking for hospital beds in Minas Gerais and other states, but at the moment, immediate care is not available.
Currently, the patient is number one on the waiting list at João XXIII Hospital, a reference for the type of care required, located in Belo Horizonte, awaiting the release of a specific bed. According to the latest information from the hospital in the capital, Minas Gerais, the expectations for the release of the vacancy are on the morning of Sunday, July 10.
It is worth noting that Emily is taking care of the medical team in Santa Casa de Bocos de Caldas, and the patient will not be transferred until it is ensured that special care is provided in another hospital. City Hall makes clear that there is no financial obstacle to the release of the vacancy, and continues to strive, along with the state government, to search for a faster vacancy in public and private hospitals. He stressed that all efforts were always made to provide the best care for the patient.
The Secretariat also informed that it is seeking to transfer Mayara, a patient who also suffered burns and is in a critical condition. The medical team also follows up in the same way all the monitoring and development of the necessary care until the transfer.
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